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7:00 AM | *The coastal storm is long gone, but the unusual chill remains as does a chance for snow showers*


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7:00 AM | *The coastal storm is long gone, but the unusual chill remains as does a chance for snow showers*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mostly cloudy and very cold for this time of year with snow showers possible during the mid-day and afternoon hours, maybe even a heavier snow squall, very windy, highs near 30 degrees (normal high is 55 degrees)


Becoming partly cloudy, windy and very cold, lows by morning near 20 degrees (normal low is 37 degrees)


Mainly sunny, still windy and very cold for this time of year, upper 30's for highs

Thursday Night

Mainly clear, very cold, near 20 degrees


Partly sunny, still cold, but not as harsh, low-to-mid 40’s; showers possible at night


Partly sunny, milder, showers possible, mid 50’s


Partly sunny, brisk, cold, upper 40’s


Mainly sunny, chilly, near 50 degrees


A strong northwest flow follows yesterday’s coastal storm and the much colder-than-normal air mass stays in place right into the weekend. There is also a chance for snow showers today and perhaps even an isolated heavier snow squall this afternoon which can bring quick small accumulations of an inch or so. Low temperatures during the next couple of nights should drop to near the 20 degree mark in many suburban locations. High pressure builds into the area on Friday, but then another "clipper" low pressure system will head in our direction by Friday night/early Saturday and it can bring with it some rain shower activity. Looking ahead, winter is not over yet as it looks like there will be more cold air outbreaks and potential snow threats.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.