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7:00 AM | Arctic frontal system brings much colder air for the weekend...monitoring three different systems next several days

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7:00 AM | Arctic frontal system brings much colder air for the weekend...monitoring three different systems next several days

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Early clouds will give way to increasing amounts of sunshine, still quite windy and warm, highs in the mid 60’s

Tonight

Mainly clear, turning colder, lows near 40 degrees

Thursday

Mainly sunny early, some clouds late, still very mild for this time of year, mid-to-upper 60’s

Thursday Night

Becoming cloudy and turning colder, rain develops after midnight, upper 30’s by daybreak

Friday

Rain which could mix with or change to sleet and/or snow at times in suburban locations, windy, much colder, mid 40’s

Saturday

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

Sunday

Mainly cloudy, cold, only a slight chance for snow, mid-to-upper 30’s

Monday

Partly sunny, breezy and still quite cold, near 40 degrees; snow possible at night

Discussion

Winter is not over yet and there are three threats to monitor in the Mid-Atlantic region for the period from Thursday night through early next week. The first wave of low pressure is likely to arrive late Thursday night with little cold air in place, but it’ll actually turn colder during this event. As a result, this late week system is liable to result in mostly rain, but a mix or changeover to sleet and/or snow is not out of the question in the far northern and western suburbs. After a very cold day on Saturday, a second and stronger system looks like it will take a southern route and the DC metro region is liable to escape without any snowfall. Finally, there is an increasing chance that a third and potentially rapidly intensifying storm arrives in the Mid-Atlantic region in the late Monday/Tuesday time period of next week and there should be enough cold air in place for the possibility of snow. Stay tuned.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

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