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7:00 AM | *Brief period of snow or sleet possible later this morning...much milder weather coming for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday...big changes again this weekend with ice, snow possible*

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7:00 AM | *Brief period of snow or sleet possible later this morning...much milder weather coming for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday...big changes again this weekend with ice, snow possible*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Cloudy and cold, there is the chance for a brief period of snow possibly mixed with sleet during the mid-to-late morning hours; especially, in areas north of the District, highs in the upper 30’s late in the day

Tonight

Rain is likely and it’ll become quite breezy, lows in the mid-to-upper 30’s

Wednesday

Mainly cloudy, milder, chance of showers early, near 50 degrees

Wednesday Night

Mainly cloudy, cool, some rain is likely, low 40’s

Thursday

Mainly cloudy, breezy, even warmer, chance of showers, low 60’s

Friday

Mainly cloudy, still mild, but not as warm as Thursday, chance of showers, near 50 degrees

Saturday

Mainly cloudy, colder, chance of snow, ice or rain, upper 30’s

Sunday

Rain, sleet and/or snow possible, cold, low 40’s

Discussion

Much milder weather is in store for the region during the second half of the week, but the transition from the current cold conditions may be accompanied by a brief period of frozen precipitation later this morning; especially, in the northern suburbs before an eventual changeover to plain rain. Specifically, a brief period of snow or sleet is possible later this morning; especially, north of the District, and there can be a touch of freezing rain late today, but then plain rain is most likely tonight. The milder air will finally win out on Wednesday and temperatures could reach the 50 degree mark for highs. By Thursday, temperatures are likely jump to 60 degrees as a strong southwest wind develops and the mild weather should last right into Friday. After that; however, strong Arctic high pressure will build to our north and this will lead to much colder conditions around here and perhaps even a period of ice or snow as moisture heads our way this weekend from the Midwest.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

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