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6:00 AM | *Initial Arctic blast of the season so far may not be the last this month*


Weather forecasting and analysis, space and historic events, climate information

6:00 AM | *Initial Arctic blast of the season so far may not be the last this month*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mainly sunny, windy, abnormally cold for this time of year, highs held to near 40 degrees with even lower wind chills (normal high is 61 degrees at DCA)


Mainly clear, very cold with diminishing winds, lows in the lower 20’s


Mainly sunny, still quite cold, but not nearly as windy as Friday, near 40 degrees for highs

Saturday Night

Partly cloudy, cold, lows in the upper 20’s by morning


Becoming mainly cloudy, still on the cold side, but not as harsh, upper 40’s; chance for chilly rain showers at night


Mainly cloudy, chilly, chance of rain, low 50’s


Mainly sunny, cool, low-to-mid 50’s


Mainly sunny, cool, mid 50’s


An Arctic cold front blasted through the region last night and temperatures will be way below-normal in the Mid-Atlantic region for the next couple days. In fact, temperatures tomorrow morning will likely bottom out in the lower 20’s in many locations and low temperature records may be broken in some spots. This first Arctic blast of the season is liable to be followed by others later this month as “high-latitude blocking” sets up featuring abnormally high pressure over Greenland while at the same time an upper-level trough forms over the eastern US. This type of pattern could very well result in another blast of Arctic air for the Mid-Atlantic region by next weekend and then Thanksgiving week promises to be quite interesting with prospects for continued cold and perhaps even snow somewhere in the Northeast US.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.