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7:00 AM | *Two storms and two Arctic air outbreaks to deal with between today and the middle of next week*


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7:00 AM | *Two storms and two Arctic air outbreaks to deal with between today and the middle of next week*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mainly cloudy, still quite cool, a few showers posisble this morning, but the steadiest and heaviest rain will come during the afternoon, highs in the lower 50’s


Rain still likely during the evening hours, becoming partly cloudy after midnight, breezy and turning colder, lows in the upper 30’s


Mainly sunny, windy, quite cold for this time of year, mid 40’s for afternoon highs

Saturday Night

Mainly clear, diminishing winds, very cold with below freezing temperatures in many areas for the first time this season, upper 20’s for late night lows


Mainly sunny, still quite cold, but with light winds, mid 40’s


Increasing clouds, cold, good chance of rain at night, upper 40’s


Periods of rain, cold, breezy, upper 40’s; becoming very windy at night with the chance for a rain or snow shower


Very windy and cold with partial sunshine, chance of a snow shower, near 40 degrees


Another soaking rain event is on the way to the Mid-Atlantic region as low pressure pushes towards the Northeast US today from the southern states. The steadiest and heaviest rain from this system should fall in the afternoon and early evening hours and temperatures will remain well below normal for this time of year. Once this system passes by to the northeast this evening, winds will intensify and cold air will pour in from the northwest - just in time for the weekend. Temperatures on both weekend days should be confined to the 40’s all along the I-95 corridor and the wind will remain a noticeable factor through much of the day on Saturday. On Monday, a large area of moisture will pull out of the Gulf states and heads towards the Northeast US. Rain is likely to arrive here on Monday night and as low pressure intensifies near the Mid-Atlantic coastline on Tuesday, the rain is likely to become heavy at times. Once this system passes by to our northeast early Tuesday night, winds will intensify dramatically and another very cold air mass for this time of year will pour into the region for the mid-week.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.