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7:00 AM | **Cold blast arrives tonight and lasts through the weekend...accumulating snow threat tomorrow night/early Friday...weekend threat to monitor**

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7:00 AM | **Cold blast arrives tonight and lasts through the weekend...accumulating snow threat tomorrow night/early Friday...weekend threat to monitor**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Partly sunny, mild, becoming breezy, highs near 50 degrees

Tonight

Mostly clear, turning noticeably colder, breezy, lows near 25 degrees by morning

Thursday

Becoming mainly cloudy, cold, chance for snow late in the day, near 35 degrees

Thursday Night

Some snow is likely with slippery road conditions developing, mid-to-upper 20’s

Friday

Early morning snow likely; otherwise, mainly cloudy skies, very cold, near freezing for highs

Saturday

Partly sunny, very cold, near 30 degrees; chance for snow late in the day or at night

Sunday

Partly sunny, very cold, near 30 degrees

Monday

Mainly sunny, still quite cold, low 30’s

Discussion

A major blast of Arctic air will arrive here later today and it’ll be very cold from tonight through Monday in the I-95 corridor with temperatures having a hard time reaching the middle 30’s. In addition to this cold blast that is sweeping across the nation, there will be a couple of snow threats over the next several days. The first chance for snow in the I-95 corridor will come later Thursday night/early Friday from an initial wave of low pressure that will intensify near the east coast and then the second threat comes this weekend as another wave of low pressure will strengthen near east coast. Accumulations are likely from the intial system late Thursday night/early Friday on the order of a dusting to an inch or two and roads could get slippery. Both of these threats currently favor areas just to the south and east of the DC-Philly-to-NYC corridor for the highest accumulations; however, there is still time for a slight shift to the N and W which would make it quite interesting around here.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com