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7:00 AM | ****Mid-Atlantic Mauler****


Weather forecasting and analysis, space and historic events, climate information

7:00 AM | ****Mid-Atlantic Mauler****

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Increasing clouds, cold, snow showers possible late, highs in the low 30’s


Mainly cloudy, cold, a period of snow likely with small accumulations possible, lows near 20 degrees


Mostly sunny, cold, mid 30’s

Thursday Night

Becoming mostly cloudy, cold, low-to-mid 20’s


Cloudy, cold, snow likely to develop in the mid-day to early afternooin hours and it could turn into a major snow event, low 30’s


Cloudy, windy, cold, snow and it could be a major snow event, perhaps some rain or sleet mixing in at times; especially, south and east of the District, low 30’s


Mostly sunny, windy, cold, mid 30’s


Partly sunny, not as cold, upper 30’s


Confidence continues to grow for a major - and perhaps crippling storm - for the Mid-Atlantic region at the end of the week and weekend. It looks like it'll be a high-impact and long-lasting storm that has the potential to dump 1-2 feet of snow on the I-95 corridor region from DC-to-Philly-to-New York City. It is entirely possible that somewhere in the Mid-Atlantic region there will be 30+ inches of snow accumulation from this upcoming system. Numerous overnight computer forecast models support the idea of a major winter storm for the Mid-Atlantic region including the European which had a "southern spasm" yesterday, but "corrected" itself in its latest run back to a more "northwest" storm track and positioning of the zone of heaviest snowfall. The timing has changed a bit to a slightly later starting time - likely mid-day to early afternoon on Friday in the DC metro region. This storm is likely to include some serious blowing and drifting, coastal flooding and beach erosion and perhaps there will even be some thunder snow and lightning. Wind gusts could reach 70 mph at coastal locations later Saturday and 50 mph at inland areas. There is a chance for a changeover to or a mixing with rain and/or sleet for awhile during this storm; especially, to the south and east of the big cities. Stay tuned for updates.