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6:00 AM | ***Unfolding Atlantic storm to impact the region...western edge of accumulating snow field...more extreme cold arrives late in the week with dangerous wind chills***

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6:00 AM | ***Unfolding Atlantic storm to impact the region...western edge of accumulating snow field...more extreme cold arrives late in the week with dangerous wind chills***

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly sunny, very cold, highs near 25 degrees

Tonight

Mostly clear, bitter cold, lows near 10 degrees

Wednesday

Partly sunny, quite cold, near 30 degrees for afternoon highs

Wednesday Night

Becoming mainly cloudy, very cold, good chance of snow late with some accumulations possible, lows near 20 degrees by morning

Thursday

Mainly cloudy, quite cold, good chance of snow early with some accumulations possible, becoming windy, mid 20’s

Friday

Brutal cold despite some sunshine, windy with dangerous sub-zero wind chill values as winds gust to 40 mph or so, mid-to-upper teens for highs

Saturday

Mainly sunny, still frigid cold, upper teens

Sunday

Mainly sunny, still quite cold, but not as harsh, upper 20’s

Discussion

A storm will form off of the east coast of Florida on Wednesday and it’ll become a monster by the time it reaches the area east of Maine on Thursday night. With this expected track, the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor will be on the western edge of the storm’s precipitation field and accumulating snow is a threat around here in the Wednesday night/Thursday morning time frame and is especially likely in areas to the east of Route 95. Following this storm, more extreme cold will move into the I-95 corridor for Thursday night, Friday and Saturday and wind chills will drop to dangerous sub-zero levels as winds gust to 40 mph or so. Looking ahead, some moderation in temperatures is likely to finally arrive in the Mid-Atlantic region during the early part of next week and this may result in a period of rain, sleet and/or snow.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com