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7:00 AM | *Rain later today changes to snow later tonight...Super Bowl Sunday snow/rain threat*

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7:00 AM | *Rain later today changes to snow later tonight...Super Bowl Sunday snow/rain threat*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly cloudy, milder, chance of rain by the mid-to-late afternoon hours, highs near 50 degrees

Tonight

Mainly cloudy, turning colder, rain is likely during the evening hours and will change to snow late, ice pellets could mix in during the transition, accumulations by morning on the order of a coating to an inch, lows in the upper 20's

Friday

Becoming mainly sunny, windy, quite cold, temperatures holding in the 20's all day

Friday Night

Mainly clear, breezy, very cold, middle teens for overnight lows

Saturday

Mainly sunny, still quite cold, near 35 degrees

Sunday

Mainly cloudy, cold, snow is likely at the onset of this event and then it will likely change to rain, near 40 degrees

Monday

Becoming partly sunny, breezy, cold, upper 30's

Tuesday

Partly sunny, cold, lower 40’s

Discussion

There will be an influx of milder air today ahead of an approaching cold front and temperatures should make it well into the 40’s this afternoon. Low pressure will form along this advancing frontal boundary zone and rain showers are likely to arrive later this afternoon and continue into the evening hours. As colder air pushes in later tonight, the rain is likely to change to snow before ending with a coating to an inch possible by morning and there can be ice pellets mixed in during the transition. Following the passage of the cold front, it’ll turn quite cold tomorrow and stay cold on Saturday and then snow and/or rain will threaten the DC metro region on Super Bowl Sunday. The rain/snow line will be close to the immediate I-95 corridor and a possible scenario is snow at the onset and perhaps at the back end and rain in between.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com