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6:00 AM | *Accumulating snow threat for late Saturday*


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6:00 AM | *Accumulating snow threat for late Saturday*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mainly cloudy with a bit of light rain or drizzle early and then nothing more than an isolated shower during the rest of the day, becoming breezy and much warmer with late day highs near the 70 degree mark


Mainly cloudy, quite mild, breezy, rain is likely late, lows in the upper 50’s


Mainly cloudy with more rain likely in the morning, quite mild early with highs in the low-to-mid 60’s, temperatures should drop later in the day as winds pick up in intensity

Friday Night

Becoming partly cloudy and turning much colder, breezy, lows by morning in the upper 20’s


Becoming mainly cloudy, cold, snow or a wintry mix possible by late in the day and a wintry mix likely at night, highs in the upper 30’s


Becoming mainly sunny, breezy, cold, upper 40’s


Mainly cloudy, breezy, milder, chance of showers, mid 50’s


Mainly cloudy, warmer, chance of showers, upper 60’s


A warm front passed through the region in the overnight hours and after some lingering early morning light rain or drizzle, temperatures today will soar to 70 degrees and much of the day should turn out to be rain-free. This warm up, however, will be rather short-lived as a strong cold front arrives on Friday with additional rainfall tonight and early Friday and then much colder air will push in tomorrow night. On Saturday, cold high pressure will start the day nearby and low pressure will begin to pull out of the southern states and head towards the Mid-Atlantic coastline. This high pressure system will push off the coast by later Saturday and precipitation will likely arrive by the end of the day or early Saturday night. The precipitation will likely be in the form of snow at the onset and it should evolve into a wintry mix or even change to plain rain Saturday night, but small accumulations are possible in the DC metro region before any changeover. It'll turn very warm again by the middle of next week.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.