Snow will continue far north and west of Washington...just rain for most of the region
Today: Cloudy, with rain. Snow at elevations 1,000 ' and higher
Highs: 38°-43° (Steady to Falling)
Wind: N 5-10 mph
Overnight: Gradual clearing and colder
Wind: NW 5-10
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, breezy and cold
Wind: NW 10-15+
As the area of low pressure moves east of our region early this afternoon, enough cold air could work into the system to give the Washington area a few snow flakes before the precipitation ends. Meanwhile, areas well north and west of Washington, at higher elevations ,will continue to receive wet snow. Areas above 1,000 feet may see up to an inch. Temperatures aloft are just a few degrees too warm this morning for anything other than rain, across most of the region.
Skies will clear tonight and most areas will fall to or belowing freezing. Water or slush may freeze and cause slick spots. Partly cloudy, breezy and cold conditions are forecast for tomorrow. We will see mostly sunny skies on Thursday and Friday with high temperatures around 50 degrees to the lower 50s.