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7:00 AM | *Very cold and windy today..."clipper" passes by to our north late tonight/early tomorrow, but snow showers are still possible here*

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7:00 AM | *Very cold and windy today..."clipper" passes by to our north late tonight/early tomorrow, but snow showers are still possible here*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Very windy and cold today despite plenty of sunshine, winds could gust to 35 mph, temperatures will struggle to pass the freezing mark for highs and wind chills will be considerably lower (normal high is now 48 degrees at DCA)

Tonight

Becoming mainly cloudy with snow showers possible, cold, lows by morning in the mid-to-upper 20’s

Thursday

Becoming mainly sunny after early clouds, breezy, cold, upper 30’s for late afternoon highs

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, cold, lows near 25 degrees by morning

Friday

Mainly cloudy, cold, chance of snow showers, near 35 degrees for highs

Saturday

Mainly sunny. cold, near 40 degrees

Sunday

Partly sunny, not as chilly, chance of showers, mid-to-upper 40’s

Monday

Partly sunny, milder, chance of showers, near 50 degrees

Discussion

An Arctic air mass has plunged into the Mid-Atlantic region and today will be very windy and cold for the middle of December. Temperatures will struggle to get above the freezing mark and wind chill values will be considerably lower given the NW wind gusts up to 35 mph. A "clipper" low pressure system will drop southeastward across the northern Ohio Valley today and move to our north by late tonight and early tomorrow. As a result, most of its snow will stay to our north - near and north of the Mason-Dixon Line - but a few snow showers cannot be ruled out around here later tonight into early Thursday and a dusting is possible with some slippery spots. The late week threat for snow has decreased as it appears that the next couple of waves of energy in the northern branch of the jet stream will likely not consolidate in time to produce snow around here.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com