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7:00 AM | Strong wind gusts today with morning snow showers likely...much milder Sunday-Wednesday

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7:00 AM | Strong wind gusts today with morning snow showers likely...much milder Sunday-Wednesday

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mostly cloudy this morning with snow showers likely, becoming windy with gusts to 30 mph, cold, highs in the upper 30’s

Tonight

Partly cloudy, breezy, cold, lows near 20 degrees

Saturday

Partly sunny, cold, near 40 degrees

Saturday Night

Mostly cloudy, quite cold, near 30 degrees

Sunday

Partly sunny, milder, low 50's

Monday

Partly sunny, mild, mid-to-upper 50's

Tuesday

Partly sunny, mild, mid-to-upper 50's

Wednesday

Cloudy, windy, very mild, periods of rain likely and it could turn into a heavy rain event, near 60 degrees

Discussion

Snow showers are likely today as we close out the work week from a strong cold front that crosses the region from the northwest and there could even be a quick burst of snow and a dusting in spots. Winds will pick up noticeably by this afternoon with gusts to 30 mph and a noticeable breeze will continue in the overnight hours. After a cold day to begin the weekend, winter will take a bit of a break. It’ll turn noticeably milder on Sunday and the warm up will continue right through the middle of next week. Rain is likely here by the middle of next week and it could turn into a heavy rain event. A widespread Arctic air outbreak will then pour into the region on Thursday behind the mid-week storm bringing temperatures back down again to below-normal levels.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.