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7:00 AM | An energetic Arctic front generates the first snowflakes of the season later today along with gusty winds

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7:00 AM | An energetic Arctic front generates the first snowflakes of the season later today along with gusty winds

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mostly cloudy, becoming windy, cold, snow showers likely during the afternoon hours, maybe even a burst of heavier snow, rain can mix in at times, highs in the low 40’s

Tonight

Lingering snow showers possible early then becoming mainly clear, windy, quite cold, upper teens by morning

Wednesday

Mostly sunny, breezy, very cold, near 30 degrees

Wednesday Night

Mainly cloudy, quite cold, flurries possible, low 20's

Thursday

Partly sunny, not as cold, low-to-mid 40's

Friday

Partly sunny skies, milder mid-to-upper 40’s

Saturday

Mostly cloudy skies, chilly, chance for rain, low 40’s

Sunday

Mostly cloudy skies, colder, chance for snow, upper 30's

Discussion

The first snowflakes of the season should fall later today as an energetic Arctic front arrives in the I-95 corridor featuring lots of upper-level support. Snow showers are likely to develop during the afternoon hours, possibly mixed with rain at times, and continue into the early evening and there can even be a brief burst of heavier snow in some spots with a minor accumulation. Reinforcing Arctic air pours into the region tonight on gusty winds - perhaps to 50 mph - and Wednesday will see temperatures struggling to reach the 30 degree mark, but they will then modify later in the week. By the weekend, moisture is likely to push to the northeastern US from the Deep South and this will bring about a chance for rain in the I-95 corridor (at least initially).