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7:00 AM | *Very cold next two days with possible snow showers...brutal cold for the weekend...accumulating snow threat early next week*


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7:00 AM | *Very cold next two days with possible snow showers...brutal cold for the weekend...accumulating snow threat early next week*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Partly sunny, becoming quite windy, very cold, possible snow shower or two, highs in the upper 20’s


Mainly clear, quite cold, maybe another snow shower, lows not far from 15 degrees by morning


Mainly sunny, quite breezy, quite cold, near 30 degrees for highs

Friday Night

Mostly cloudy, very cold, snow showers and even snow squalls are possible late possibly producing a quick accumulation, lows not far from 20 degrees


Brutally cold with partial sunshine, quite windy, snow showers possible early with a small accumulation possible, highs struggle to reach 20 degrees with well below zero wind chills


Brutally cold with partial sunshine, brisk, highs struggle to reach 20 degrees


Thickening clouds, cold, chance for snow late in the day or at night, low 30’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow and/or rain, low 40’s


Noticeably colder air moved into the region in the overnight hours and winds will pick up today generating very cold wind chill values. In addition, there can be a snow shower at just about anytime and anyone of these can put down a quick coating of snow given the below freezing temperatures. Another outbreak of Arctic air will arrive late tomorrow night/early Saturday morning and this blast could produce some of the lowest temperatures seen in these parts in a long time during the weekend. In fact, temperatures on both weekend days are likely to hold in the teens for highs along with wind chill values that are well below zero. In addition, low temperatures early Sunday morning are likely to drop to near the zero degree mark in the big city metro regions of DC, Philly, and New York City. If NYC actually reaches zero degrees, it’ll be the first time there in 22 years (since 1994). Boston can very well fall to 5 degrees below zero by early Sunday morning. This Arctic frontal passage late tomorrow night and early Saturday could be accompanied by snow showers and possible snow squalls with quick accumulations possible. After the brutally cold weekend, clouds will increase on Monday, President’s Day, and there is likely to be some accumulating snow by late Monday or Tuesday. It is too early to tell if this system next week rides up the coast or takes an inland track. Even if it were to take an inland track and produces a changeover from snow-to-rain, accumulating snow would still likely take place on the front end of the storm. Following the early-to-mid week storm, a break in the cold pattern is likely and we may have milder weather conditions for a period of five days or so.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.