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7:00 AM | **Arctic blast arrives late today with possible snow showers...very windy and cold tonight and Wednesday...snow likely late tomorrow night/early Thursday could cause AM commute issues**

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7:00 AM | **Arctic blast arrives late today with possible snow showers...very windy and cold tonight and Wednesday...snow likely late tomorrow night/early Thursday could cause AM commute issues**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly cloudy, windy, chance of a couple of rain showers early and snow showers late, maybe even a heavier snow squall, highs in the mid 40’s (normal high is now 48 degrees at DCA)

Tonight

Becoming partly cloudy with a possible evening snow shower still possible, windy, turning very cold by morning with lows in the upper teens

Wednesday

Very cold and windy with gusts to 40 mph possible, partial sunshine, temperatures will struggle to reach 30 degrees and wind chills will be considerably lower

Wednesday Night

Mainly cloudy, quite breezy, very cold, snow likely after midnight, lows in the lower 20's by morning

Thursday

Mainly cloudy, cold, snow possible in the morning, mid-to-upper 30’s for highs late in the day

Friday

Mainly cloudy, still cold, chance for snow later in the day or at night, mid-to-upper 30’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, breezy, cold, low 40’s

Sunday

Partly sunny, milder, mid-to-upper 40’s

Discussion

An Arctic blast arrives later today with possible snow showers and perhaps even a heavier snow squall. Temperatures on Wednesday will have a hard time reaching the 30 degree mark in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor and strong NW wind gusts to 40 mph will generate considerably lower wind chill values. Low pressure will form in the Ohio Valley later Wednesday as the next in a series of upper-level energy features drop southeastward in the very active northern branch of the jet stream. Snow from this low pressure system is likely to push into our region late tomorrow night and continue into early Thursday. There can be some road problems during the Thursday AM commute caused by very cold conditions and potential snow accumulations. More upper-level energy in the northern branch of the jet stream will try to consolidate near the Mid-Atlantic coastline late in the week and, if successful, there could be more snow around here by Friday night or Saturday.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com