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7:00 AM | **Winter's comeback...a change to snow today, Arctic weekend cold...monster storm threat late Monday night/Tuesday**

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7:00 AM | **Winter's comeback...a change to snow today, Arctic weekend cold...monster storm threat late Monday night/Tuesday**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

A mix of rain and snow this morning that should change to all snow in most areas before winding down, chance for an afternoon snow shower or two, maybe even a heavier snow squall, windy, cold, low-to-mid 40’s for highs early

Tonight

Becoming mainly clear, windy and very cold, lows by morning near 20 degrees

Saturday

Mainly sunny, brisk, very cold for this time of year, low 30’s for highs (normal high at DCA is 53 degrees)

Saturday Night

Mainly cloudy, very cold, near 20 degrees

Sunday

Partly sunny, still very cold for this time of year, mid 30’s

Monday

Sun followed by late day increasing clouds, cold, upper 30’s; chance for snow at night

Tuesday

Cloudy, brisk, cold, chance for snow, upper 30’s

Wednesday

Mainly sunny, windy, very cold, mid 30’s

Discussion

Low pressure that formed along an Arctic frontal boundary zone is now pushing to the east and colder air has worked into the region from the north-to-the-south. There can be a mix of rain and snow this morning with a change to all snow likely before precipitation winds down and there can be coating to an inch or so mainly on non-paved surfaces. After Arctic cold air floods the area tonight and Saturday, the next storm system will be suppressed well to the south - sparing the region of any late weekend snowfall. A third and powerful storm is likely to develop near the Mid-Atlantic coast in the late Monday night or Tuesday time frame and it could intensify rapidly near the coastline with lots of cold air in place – in other words, big potential from a monster-looking storm. Stay tuned, one of the trends to watch over the next few days will the exact storm track as one just inland could bring enough warmer air in from the ocean for a changeover of snow-to-rain along and east of I-95.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com