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6:00 AM | **Accumulating snow event on the order of a coating to two inches from late tonight into tomorrow**

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6:00 AM | **Accumulating snow event on the order of a coating to two inches from late tonight into tomorrow**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly cloudy, cold, slight chance of snow late in the day, highs in the mid-to-upper 30’s

Tonight

Cloudy with snow likely, primarily after midnight, cold, lows in the low-to-mid 20’s

Wednesday

Mainly cloudy, cold, snow likely during the morning, upper 20’s for afternoon highs

Wednesday Night

Becoming partly cloudy, quite cold, upper teens for overnight lows

Thursday

Mainly sunny, cold, mid-to-upper 30’s

Friday

Mainly sunny, not as cold, low-to-mid 40’s

Saturday

Mainly sunny, milder, near 50 degrees

Sunday

Partly sunny, mild, mid 50’s

Discussion

Upper-level energy will slide across the Midwest today and into the eastern US and will contribute to the formation of low pressure near the Mid-Atlantic coastline by early tomorrow. Meanwhile, a cold front will also play an important role in this upcoming snow event as it will slow down as it arrives in the eastern US late today as it will become aligned parallel to the upper-level wind flow (southwest-to-northeast). As a result, snow associated with the frontal system will tend to last for an extended period of time tonight and then low pressure induced snow will fall early tomorrow. The combination of the front and low pressure system should generate a coating to two inches of accumulating snow in the DC metro region. The timetable for the snow is primarily from late tonight into tomorrow morning with some impact possible for the Wednesday AM commute. It'll stay cold following this system for the latter part of the work week with a reinforcing cold air mass ushered in by the frontal passage, but then a noticeable warm up will occur this weekend.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com