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7:00 AM | *****Snowstorm today after transition to snow completes in the region from north-to-south...heavy snow from mid-morning through the afternoon...brutally cold overnight*****

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Precipitation transitions to all snow from north-to-south by mid-morning and continues heavy at times right through the afternoon with significant accumulations, breezy and cold with temperatures dropping throughout the day


Still the chance for snow early then becoming partly cloudy and brutally cold, lows by tomorrow morning in the single digits


Mostly sunny, very cold, mid 20’s

Friday Night

Partly cloudy, brutally cold, single digits possible for lows


Mostly sunny, cold, upper 30’s


Mostly sunny, still cold, but not as harsh, near 45 degrees


Mostly sunny, milder, near 50 degrees


Mostly sunny, mild, mid 50’s


An influx of colder air is transitioning all precipitation to snow from north-to-south and the snow will continue, heavy at times, from mid-morning right through the afternoon throughout the DC metro region. Temperatures will actually drop as the day progresses and then bottom out late tonight in the single digits following today’s snowfall - perhaps in record-breaking territory. Accumulations should average 6-10 inches in the DC metro region, and even higher amounts are possible in isolated spots. The higher amounts in that range will tend to occur to the north and west of DC and the lower amounts inside the District and points south and east. It’ll stay very cold on Friday to close out the work week despite brilliant sunshine, but then temperatures will modify slowly over the weekend along with dry weather conditions. Despite a substantial break in the overall pattern, this is likely not winter's last blast. The snow will begin the day on the "heavy, wet" side clinging to the previously wet branches and other surfaces, but may end up "drier and fluffier" later in the day as temperatures continue to drop.