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7:00 AM | ***Accumulating snow likely to precede bitter cold blast of Arctic air...single digits likely here by Thursday morning***


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7:00 AM | ***Accumulating snow likely to precede bitter cold blast of Arctic air...single digits likely here by Thursday morning***

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Partly sunny, cold, highs near 40 degrees


Becoming mainly cloudy, cold, lows near 30 degrees


Mainly cloudy, cold, rain or a wintry mix possible in the morning, rain in the early afternoon changes to snow late, watch for late day slick spots on the roads, near 40 degrees for afternoon highs

Tuesday Night

Snow likely before midnight then becoming partly cloudy, breezy, quite cold, upper teens for late night lows


Partly sunny, windy with gusts past 40 mph possible, quite cold, snow showers are possible, maybe a heavier snow squall, upper 20’s


Bone-chilling cold, brisk, mainly sunny skies, mid-to-upper teens for highs!!


Mainly cloudy, quite cold, chance of snow, upper 20’s


Partly sunny, cold, mid-to-upper 30’s


*Extreme cold is headed to the north-central US – potentially historic for places like Chicago, Illinois - and it will spread to the east coast at mid-week…single digits here by Thursday morning.* High pressure is in control today as we begin a new work week, but the quiet weather will change on Tuesday as a strong cold front slides toward the eastern seaboard. Low pressure will form along the cold frontal boundary zone on Tuesday and a mixed bag of precipitation here is likely to change to all snow later in the day. Accumulations are possible by later tomorrow evening on the order of 1-3 inches and travel may become hazardous as temperatures fall. An Arctic boundary will slide through on Wednesday with strong wind gusts and possible snow showers - perhaps even a heavier snow squall. The brunt of the Arctic blast arrives on Wednesday night and temperatures by Thursday morning should be in the single digits with a minimal warm up expected on Thursday afternoon.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.