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6:00 AM | **Accumulating snow late today into early Friday...weekend threat continues to favor areas to our southeast, but close call here**

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6:00 AM | **Accumulating snow late today into early Friday...weekend threat continues to favor areas to our southeast, but close call here**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly cloudy, much colder than yesterday, a bit of a breeze, snow should develop during the mid-to-late afternoon hours, highs in the mid 30’s

Tonight

Snow continues into the overnight hours and roads can become slippery, quite cold, lows in the mid-to-upper 20’s

Friday

Snow possible very early in the day then becoming partly sunny, very cold, low-to-mid 30’s

Friday Night

Mainly cloudy, very cold, near 20 degrees

Saturday

Mainly cloudy, very cold, chance for snow during the afternoon or evening, upper 20’s

Sunday

Partly sunny, very cold, upper 20’s

Monday

Partly sunny, still very cold, near 30 degrees

Tuesday

Partly sunny, a bit milder, near 40 degrees

Discussion

Low pressure will head towards the Mid-Atlantic coastline over the next twelve hours or so and will spread accumulating snow into the I-95 corridor from DC-to-Philly-to-NYC. The snow is likely to arrive here during the mid-to-late afternoon hours and continue until early tomorrow (4 or 5am) with accumulations on the order of a coating to an inch or two and some roads will become slippery. Another system will strengthen near the Mid-Atlantic coastline on Saturday and it is likely to produce significant accumulating snow in parts of the Southeast US (e.g., Carolinas, Georgia) and will come quite close to the Mid-Atlantic’s I-95 corridor on its northwestern periphery. At this time, odds continue to favor this weekend threat staying just to the south and east of here, but this system will continue to be closely monitored as a slight shift in the currently projected storm track could have a big impact here. As far as temperatures are concerned, they’ll remain well below normal right through Monday and will not even make it to freezing this weekend.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com