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7:00 AM | **Weekend Arctic blast with a snow threat on Saturday and a widespread freeze early Sunday**

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7:00 AM | **Weekend Arctic blast with a snow threat on Saturday and a widespread freeze early Sunday**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Partly sunny, breezy, cooler, cannot rule out a shower to the north and west, highs in the low-to-mid 50’s

Tonight

Becoming cloudy, cold, snow showers possible late possibly mixed with rain at times, lows in the low-to-mid 30’s

Saturday

Cloudy, brisk, cold, snow showers likely mixed with rain at times, winds pick up as the day progresses with gusts past 40 mph late in the day, small grassy accumulations possible to the north and west of the District, low-to-mid 40’s

Saturday Night

Windy with gusts past 40 mph and gradual clearing, very cold by morning with a widespread freeze and low temperatures in the mid 20's

Sunday

Mainly sunny, still quite breezy and cold, upper 40’s

Monday

Mainly cloudy, much milder, good chance for showers, mid 60’s

Tuesday

Mainly cloudy, mild, showers likely, low 60’s

Wednesday

Mainly sunny, cooler, upper 50’s

Discussion

Another Arctic blast is headed to the Mid-Atlantic region for the weekend and there will be a strengthening “clipper” low pressure system pushing eastward from the Ohio Valley towards the east coast. As a result, clouds will thicken up early tonight and snow showers could break out late likely mixed with rain at times. Snow showers are likely to continue on Saturday mixed with rain at times, and winds will pick up as the day progresses. In fact, by early tomorrow night, winds can gust past 40 mph as skies begin to gradually clear. A coating of snow is possible on Saturday; primarily, on grassy surfaces to the north and west of the District and in higher elevation locations. Another widespread deep freeze is likely to occur throughout the area by early Sunday morning with overnight lows temperatures well down in the 20’s. It turns milder again early next week, but the threat for showers will also return.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

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