From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: Wintry Mix out of the way, Make Room for More Snow!

December 9, 2013 - 05:16 AM
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As the D.C. area deals with the leftovers of icy weather, another round of snow is headed our way for Tuesday.

This Morning:
FZ Rain/Rain
Temperatures: 30s
Precipitation: 60%
This Afternoon:
Precip Tapering Off
Temperatures: Around 40
Wind: LIght
This Evening:
Damp
Temperatures: 30s
Wind: Light

Still expect some rain with pockets of freezing rain through the region for the first part of today. The slush is still on the roadways but we aren’t expecting anymore accumulation through the mid-morning hours. All precipitation will gradually come to an end by the afternoon hours.

Temperatures will gradually rise into the lower 40s for your Monday but drop as we head through the rest of this work week. An upper level low will pass through the region tomorrow so expect another bout of snow beginning towards daybreak Tuesday and continuing through the rest of the day today (with some rain mixed in, mainly south and east of town), minor accumulations expected by tomorrow afternoon.

Temperatures begin to get cold as Canadian high pressure builds in for the rest of this work week, low to mid 30s on tap through Friday. Another round of precip moves through the area on Saturday but precip type is still yet to be determined as temperatures are expected to be in the upper 30s.

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