Wind Chill Advisories in effect north and west of Washington..
- Increasing Cloudiness
- Lows: Teens
- Wind: S 10-15 m.p.h.
- Snow Showers Possible, Breezy and Cold
- Highs: Low 30s
- Wind: S 10-20 m.p.h.
- Partly Cloudy and Cold
- Highs: Near 30
- Wind: W 5-10 m.p.h.
The calm before the clipper…nothing big coming. Clouds are returning tonight and tomorrow as the next Alberta Clipper approaches the region with a stronger breeze and a good chance of flurries or light snow. The places most likely to see a dusting up to an inch will be north, northeast and possibly east of DC. Temperatures might actually hit 32 degrees in a few places…but for only a brief time. It will turn much colder again tomorrow night.
Sunday will be partly cloudy but clouds will again increase during the afternoon, in advance of the next upper level system that could bring flurries or a few snow showers to the region late Sunday night. Monday will be briefly warmer as temperatures will rise above freezing but then quickly drop during the afternoon, after the next cold front sweeps across the mid- Atlantic States.