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7:00 AM | **Very cold on Thursday and Friday which will lead to snow/ice problems late Friday night/early Saturday**


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7:00 AM | **Very cold on Thursday and Friday which will lead to snow/ice problems late Friday night/early Saturday**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Partly sunny, cold, highs in the lower 40's


Mainly cloudy, becoming breezy and turning colder, snow showers likely and even a period of steadier snow is possible which could produce a coating or so, lows in the lower 20’s late


Windy and very cold with partial sunshine, snow showers possible, bitter wind chills, mid 20’s

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, bitter cold, windy with wind chills near zero, maybe a snow shower or two, near 15 degrees for lows by morning


Bitter cold start to the day with mostly sunny skies, winds are brisk early, but then quite calm late, maybe a snow shower, mid 20’s; snow devlops late at night possibly mixing with freezing rain and sleet


Cloudy, cold, an early mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain changes to plain rain for the afternoon, but there can be some accumulation of snow and/or ice before the changeover, mid 40’s late in the day


Cloudy, chilly, chance for more rain which could change back to sleet and snow before ending, low 50's early


Partly sunny, breezy, quite cold, snow showers possible, low-to-mid 30’s


Another Arctic blast arrives later this evening in the Mid-Atlantic region and this one will be colder than the last one. In fact, temperatures on Thursday and Friday are likely to hold in the 20’s on both days and overnight lows by early Friday morning could bottom out in the upper single digits near New York City, not far from 10 degrees in the Philly suburbs, and around 15 degrees in DC. This bitter cold, dense Arctic air mass will then retreat on Saturday, but not before moisture reaches us from the Midwest. This collision of moisture and retreating Arctic air could lead to accumulating snow and/or ice in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor late Friday night/early Saturday before a mid-day changeover to plain rain.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.