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7:00 AM | *Much milder, but quite wet next couple days with some soaking rainfall...Arctic cold returns this weekend*

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7:00 AM | *Much milder, but quite wet next couple days with some soaking rainfall...Arctic cold returns this weekend*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly cloudy, milder, chance for mid-to-late afternoon showers, patchy fog possible, highs in the lower 50's

Tonight

Mainly cloudy, mild, periods of rain, some of the rain can be heavy at times, maybe a thunderstorm, patchy fog possible, temperatures will likely rise during the night

Friday

Mostly cloudy, breezy, even warmer, occasional showers, a steadier rain is possible late in the day, maybe a late day thunderstorm, patchy fog possible, mid-to-upper 60’s for afternoon highs

Friday Night

Mainly cloudy, breezy, periods of rain and some of the rain can be heavy at times, maybe even a thunderstorm, patchy fog possible, turning colder late, lows in the upper 30's by morning

Saturday

Mainly cloudy, windy and colder, rain showers possible early in the day which could even mix with or change to sleet and/or snow before ending, temperatures likely to slowly drop through the 30's during the day

Sunday

Mainly sunny, windy, much colder, near 30 degrees

Monday

Mainly sunny, quite cold, near 30 degrees

Tuesday

Mainly cloudy, cold, chance of snow late in the day or at night, near 35 degrees

Discussion

A strong cold front will approach the region on Friday and a strong storm will form along the advancing frontal boundary zone in the Ohio Valley. Ahead of the front, our temperatures should climb into the 50's this afternoon and then the mid-to-upper 60’s are likely around here on Friday. Many parts of the Ohio Valley are likely to receive significant snow and ice from this storm that will slide just to our northwest late Friday night. Soaking rain will accompany this late week warm up in the I-95 corridor and it looks like the rain will tend to be concentrated in two separate time periods: later tonight/early Friday and tomorrow night/early Saturday. After the front passes through the region early Saturday, the precipitation will wind down – perhaps mixing with or changing to sleet and/or snow before ending; especially, in the northern and western suburbs. In fact, accumulating snow is likely early Saturday across northern WV and western MD as the Arctic air arrives. By Sunday, Arctic air will be fully in control and our temperatures will struggle to reach the 30 degree mark for highs. It’ll stay quite cold through the early part of next week and accumulating snow is possible by later Tuesday or Wednesday as a reinforcing shot of Arctic air arrives in the eastern US.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com