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7:00 AM | *Monitoring late Wednesday night/early Thursday snow threat*


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7:00 AM | *Monitoring late Wednesday night/early Thursday snow threat*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mainly sunny, milder, highs in the low-to-mid 50’s


Becoming cloudy, chilly, chance of rain late, lows in the lower 40’s


Cloudy, breezy, quite mild, more rain likely, low 60’s

Tuesday Night

Cloudy with showers likely, mild, low 50’s


Partly sunny, windy, still mild, showers possible, low 60's; chance for rain or rain changing to snow late at night


Mainly cloudy, windy, much colder, some morning snow possible or rain changing to snow, mid-to-upper 30’s


Mainly sunny, cold, near 40 degrees


Partly sunny, milder, maybe a shower or two, near 50 degrees


Quite an active few days is in store for the Mid-Atlantic region and it is within the realm of possibility that the DC metro region transitions from highs in the 60's on Wednesday to accumulating snow by early Thursday. Temperatures will take quite a swing over the next few days with a big upswing later tomorrow and Wednesday and then a sharp drop off on Thursday. A warm front will generate some rain late tonight and Tuesday and then a cold front will produce showers and windy conditions on Wednesday. Winds will remain pretty strong on Wednesday night and Thursday as colder air floods into the region from our northwest. In addition to the change back to cold, it is likely that a storm forms along the frontal boundary zone and heads towards the Mid-Atlantic coastal waters late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning and this could result in some accumulating snow for the I-95 corridor region; especially, to the N and W of the big cities.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.