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7:00 AM | ***Winter goes out with a bang...accumulating snow late tonight/early Friday before any changeover to rain***

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Increasing clouds, cold, highs in the mid-to-upper 40’s

Tonight

Cloudy, cold, snow or rain that will quickly change to snow develops after midnight, lows in the lower 30’s

Friday

Cloudy, cold, snow early and it should then mix with and change to plain rain, accumulations on the order of a coating to 2 inches in the District and nearby places to its south and east, 2-4 inches in the N and W suburbs, highs in the upper 30’s

Friday Night

Rain possible early, cold, low 30’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, milder, upper 50’s

Sunday

Partly sunny, colder, mid 40’s

Monday

Partly sunny, cold, mid 40’s

Tuesday

Partly sunny, cold, upper 40’s

Discussion

High pressure will shift off the coast today and this will open the door for moisture to advance northward along the coast from the southern states. Low pressure will organize near the coast on Friday and the result should be the outbreak of wet snow or rain quickly changing to wet snow after midnight in the DC metro region. The snow should continue into early Friday and then mix with and change to plain rain, but not before there are accumulations on the order of a coating to 2 inches in the District and nearby places to its south and east, 2-4 inches in the N and W suburbs. The highest amounts of accumulation should take place on grassy surfaces in higher elevation locations to the N and W of the District. Slippery conditions are likely on the roadways for the morning commute and the snow can come down hard at times. After a milder day on Saturday, another shot of cold air is destined to arrive in the region by early next week.