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7:00 AM | ****A major mid-week mess on the way with significant accumulating snow likely on the front end****


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7:00 AM | ****A major mid-week mess on the way with significant accumulating snow likely on the front end****

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Cloudy, cold and damp this morning, increasing wind and becoming milder this afternoon with some sunhine, highs in the upper 40’s


Partly cloudy, brisk, cold, lows in the mid-to-upper 20’s


Partly sunny, cold, upper 30's for afternoon highs

Tuesday Night

Becoming cloudy, cold, chance of snow towards daybreak, upper 20’s for overnight lows


Cloudy, cold, snow in the morning, possibly heavy at times, snow likely to change to sleet and freezing rain in the afternoon, mid 30’s


Mainly cloudy with a chance of rain early, becoming much milder late, lower 50's


Partly sunny, cold, mid-to-upper 40’s


Mainly cloudy, milder, chance of rain, mid 40’s


*A mid-week mess is on the way that will likely include significant accumulating snow on the front end*. By late Tuesday, strong high pressure will be forming to the north and northwest of the Mid-Atlantic region and there will be lots of moisture pushing northeastward from the Gulf of Mexico. This area of high pressure will lock in a cold, dense air mass in the lower levels of the atmosphere – at least for the onset of a mid-week storm system – setting us up for “overrunning” type precipitation as warmer air initially rides up and over the surface air mass. One surface low will trek from the Gulf coast states to the Great Lakes while a secondary low develops near the Mid-Atlantic coastline – quite similar to the setup early last week which resulted in snow, ice and rain for the Mid-Atlantic region. Snow is likely to break out here early Wednesday, possibly heavy at times, and then it should change to sleet and freezing rain later in the day as milder air pushes in from the southeast. Significant accumulations of snow are likely here on Wednesday before any changeover to sleet and freezing rain takes place.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.