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7:00 AM | *More soaking rain today and then a much colder weather pattern sets in for several days beginning tomorrow night...two shots at snow as well*

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7:00 AM | *More soaking rain today and then a much colder weather pattern sets in for several days beginning tomorrow night...two shots at snow as well*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Periods of rain, areas of fog, chilly, highs near 50 degrees

Tonight

Showers still likely, areas of fog, cold, lows in the low 40’s

Wednesday

Partly sunny, mild, near 50 degrees

Wednesday Night

Mainly clear, turning colder, mid-to-upper 20’s

Thursday

Becoming cloudy, very cold, chance for snow late in the day or at night, mid 30’s

Friday

Mainly cloudy, very cold, chance for snow early, low 30’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, very cold, chance for snow late, near freezing for highs

Sunday

Partly sunny, very cold, near freezing for highs

Discussion

Low pressure will head towards the region today from the Ohio Valley and generate more soaking rain for the area. A strong cold front will cross the region on Wednesday and set off a much colder overall weather pattern for the next several days. In fact, temperatures by the late week and weekend will have a hard time even reaching the freezing mark which is well below normal for this time of year. As far as snow is concerned, there will be two shots over the next several days with two separate coastal systems. The first could throw some snow our way Thursday night and Friday and the second late Saturday/Saturday night. The heaviest of the precipitation from both of these potential coastal systems appears likely to stay just to our south and east, but its still a close call and there is time for a shift to the north and west.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com