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7:00 AM | More like February than April today...hard freeze late tonight..yet another Arctic blast for the eastern US arrives late this week

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7:00 AM | More like February than April today...hard freeze late tonight..yet another Arctic blast for the eastern US arrives late this week

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Partly sunny, windy, cold, cannot rule out a snow shower or two, highs in the mid 40’s

Tonight

A hard freeze coming overnight…mainly clear, lighter winds, lows in the mid-to-upper 20’s

Wednesday

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

Wednesday Night

Becoming mainly cloudy, not nearly as cold as recent nights, chance for showers after midnight, mid 40’s for lows

Thursday

Mainly cloudy, milder, showers likely, chance for a thunderstorm, low 60's

Friday

Cloudy, breezy, colder, chance for showers, near 50 degrees

Saturday

Mainly cloudy, brisk, cold, chance for snow showers, low-to-mid 40’s

Sunday

Mainly sunny, still quite cool, near 50 degrees

Discussion

It is much more like February this morning than April with near freezing temperatures and much lower wind chills - also, don't be surprised to see a snow shower or two. Another Arctic blast has arrived in the Mid-Atlantic region and temperatures today will hold in the 40’s - well below normal for this time of year (normal high at DCA is 62 degrees). A hard freeze is quite likely late tonight throughout the metro region as temperatures will likely fall below freezing for a several hour period. Yet another Arctic blast arrives late this week and it should be preceded by more rainfall in the I-95 corridor on Thursday. Beyond that, there will be a lots of upper level energy hanging back in the atmosphere after the cold air becomes well established in the Mid-Atlantic region and we'll have to watch for potential mischief by early in the weekend.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

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