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7:00 AM | *Still monitoring the chance of accumulating snow late tomorrow night/early Thursday*

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7:00 AM | *Still monitoring the chance of accumulating snow late tomorrow night/early Thursday*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

An occasional shower likely, much milder, quite breezy, highs in the upper 60’s

Tonight

Occasional showers still possible, quite mild, lows only dropping to the low 50’s

Wednesday

Mainly cloudy, windy, still quite mild, chance for showers, mid 60’s

Wednesday Night

Cloudy with rain likely before midnight, rain possibly changing to snow late at night; especially, to the N and W of the District, breezy and turning colder, low 30’s towards morning

Thursday

Early morning snow possible then remaining mainly cloudy with an afternoon snow shower possible, much colder, windy, mid-to-upper 30’s

Friday

Mainly sunny, brisk and quite cold, upper 30’s

Saturday

Mainly cloudy, milder, chance for rain showers, low-to-mid 50’s

Sunday

Mainly cloudy, mild, chance for showers, upper 50’s

Discussion

The weather pattern will be very active in the I-95 corridor over the next few days ranging from rain and high temperatures in the 60’s to the potential for some accumulating snow. It’ll turn much warmer for today and Wednesday and the warm up will be accompanied by some shower activity. Colder air will then push into the region late tomorrow and this temperature transition may result in a period of rain changing to snow. The greatest chance for accumulating snow in the DC metro region late Wednesday night and early Thursday will be in the northern and western suburbs.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

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