From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington, D.C. Weather Forecast: A Few Slick Spots West, Otherwise a Rain Storm

November 26, 2013 - 10:26 AM
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Heaviest precipitation from the storms moves in tonight through early Wednesday.

This Afternoon:
Wintry Mix Ending, Heavy rain Late
Temperatures: Mid-Upper 30s
Precipitation: Rain/Sleet to all Rain
Rain, Heavy at Times
Temperatures: Near Steady Temps
Precipitation: 100%
Morning Rain, mix and change to snow in the afternoon
Temperatures: Low -Mid 40s early, then falling through the afternoon
Precipitation: Rain to Snow in the afternoon

Our winter storm is shaping up as expected with a few spots that saw sleet this morning.


Winter Weather Advisory


  A winter weather advisory remains in effect west of I-95 this afternoon. However,  the rain will progressively overtake just about the entire region, with areas west of the blue ridge hanging on to some wintery weather.  The rain will increase in intensity this evening and overnight with as much as 1-3" expected through Wednesday. 


Forecast Rainfall Totals through Wednesday


Temperatures tomorrow will start to drop in the afternoon and the rain will mix with and/or change over to some snow. 


NAM computer forecast Wednesday Afternoon via WeatherBell


Right now forecast surface temperatures in the afternoon are just above freezing and what falls shouldn't accumulate much if at all.  As usual, best chance of that will be west.  If you are heading out anywhere across the country, here is a national travel forecast. 


National Travel Forecast


Safe travels and happy holidays to all!  Don't forget to check here for updates for your return home weather.   

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