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7:00 AM | *Next coastal storm threat comes Sunday night/Monday*


Weather forecasting and analysis, space and historic events, climate information

7:00 AM | *Next coastal storm threat comes Sunday night/Monday*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Increasing clouds, chilly, possible snow showers late in the day, highs in the lower 40’s


Mainly cloudy, cold, a couple of snow showers possible, lows near 30 degrees


Partly sunny skies, breezy, chilly, maybe a rain or snow shower, near 45 degrees for afternoon highs

Friday Night

Mainly clear, cold, upper 20’s for overnight lows


Mainly sunny, chilly, mid-to-upper 40’s


Increasing clouds, cold, lower 40’s; chance of snow or rain late in the day and at night


Mainly cloudy, breezy, cold, chance of rain or snow, lower 40’s


Partly sunny, breezy, cold, lower 40’s


There have been two major coastal storms over the past five days or so in the Mid-Atlantic region and our stormy March weather pattern is not over yet. As far as temperatures are concerned, it looks like it’ll remain below-normal on average for the next several days and that pattern might even last through much of the remainder of the month. In terms of storm threats, the next one of concern will move into the Southeast US later this weekend. It looks like it will become a strong storm and ultimately ingest plenty of Gulf of Mexico moisture. Some computer model forecasts then shunt this system just to our south and east early next week, but I think this overall pattern certainly allows for the possibility of a left turn up the coast...stay tuned.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.