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6:00 AM | **A bitter Arctic blast later this week...more chances for frozen precipitation**

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6:00 AM | **A bitter Arctic blast later this week...more chances for frozen precipitation**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Becoming milder today with occasional rain this morning and some clearing possible this afternoon, highs near 50 degrees

Tonight

Partly cloudy, cold, lows in the lower 30’s

Tuesday

Partly sunny, brisk and chilly, low-to-mid 40's

Tuesday Night

Mainly cloudy, cold, cannot rule out a snow shower, low-to-mid 30’s

Wednesday

Mainly cloudy, breezy, cold, chance for rain or snow showers, near 40 degrees

Thursday

Partly sunny, windy, very cold with bitter wind chills, snow showers possible, upper 20’s

Friday

Partly sunny, windy, bitter cold, still a chance for snow showers, mid 20’s

Saturday

Becoming cloudy, cold, chance for snow changing to ice and then perhaps to plain rain, near 40 degrees late

Discussion

Slightly milder air will push into the region today and any additional precipitation this morning should fall in the form of plain rain. The big news this week will be the next Arctic blast that should arrive by Wednesday night/Thursday and this one will be bitter. It could be preceded by some snow shower activity on Tuesday night and Wednesday as the Arctic front approaches and then snow showers are possible from Wednesday night into Friday which will be a very cold and windy time period. Another system threatens this weekend with frozen precipitation that could turn out to be a significant snow-to-ice-to-rain scenario.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com