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7:00 AM | **Accumulating snow and ice today/tonight...rain on Tuesday**

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7:00 AM | **Accumulating snow and ice today/tonight...rain on Tuesday**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Cloudy, cold, snow redevelops during the mid-morning hours and it will be of varying intensify including some heavier bands before mixing with or changing to sleet and/or freezing rain late in the day, highs near freezing

Tonight

Snow, sleet and/or freezing rain transitions to plain rain late, but there can be some buildup of ice on untreated surfaces, lows near 30 degrees

Tuesday

Precipitation changes to plain rain, some can be heavy, becoming breezy and milder, highs in the mid 40’s

Tuesday Night

Precipitation may change back to snow showers, breezy, near 30 degrees for lows

Wednesday

Early snow showers possible; otherwise, becoming partly sunny, mild, mid-to-upper 40’s

Thursday

Mostly cloudy, colder, upper 30’s

Friday

Partly sunny, chilly, low-to-mid 40’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, mild, chance for showers, low-to-mid 50’s

Discussion

A significant storm will impact the region over the next couple of days as it pulls out of the southeastern states and rides up the eastern seaboard. Snow will redevelop by mid-morning across the region, but as milder air is drawn in from off the ocean, there will be a transition later today or early tonight from the snow to sleet and freezing rain and ultimately the precipitation should become ordinary rain by late tonight or early Tuesday. As the storm pulls away later tomorrow, there is a chance that precipitation changes back to snow or snow showers before ending late Tuesday night/early Wednesday. Snowfall estimates before the changeover fall in the 3-6 inch range with the higher amounts in that range to the north and west of the metro area and the lesser amounts to the south and east of the District. Looking ahead, it should turn much milder by the weekend.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

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