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6:00 AM | **...and now the bitter cold and strong winds**

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6:00 AM | **...and now the bitter cold and strong winds**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Piercing cold today despite plenty of sunshine, windy with gusts to 35 mph, dangerous sub-zero wind chills to minus 10 degrees, highs in the mid-to-upper teens

Tonight

Wicked cold with mainly clear skies, still windy with gusts to 30 mph, dangerous sub-zero wind chills to minus 10 degrees, lows near 5 degrees

Saturday

More piercing cold despite sunshine, still windy with gusts to 30 mph, dangerous sub-zero wind chills to minus 10 degrees, near 15 degrees for highs

Saturday Night

Mainly clear, bitter and perhaps record-breaking cold, winds die down, lows near 5 degrees

Sunday

Mainly sunny, still very cold, but not as outrageous, near 25 degrees

Monday

Mainly cloudy, not as cold, chance for rain, ice and/or snow, mid-to-upper 30’s

Tuesday

Partly sunny, a bit milder, near 45 degrees

Wednesday

Mainly sunny, windy, colder, upper 30’s

Discussion

On the heels of yesterday’s intense storm, winds will continue to be quite strong and a frigid Arctic air mass has overspread the Mid-Atlantic region. Temperatures both today and Saturday will have a tough time climbing through the teens for highs and overnight lows for the next couple of early mornings will reach single digits. The temperatures will moderate on Monday following another very cold day to end the weekend, but the “warm up” may be accompanied by a light wintry mix of ice, rain and/or snow.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com