Clear and brisk as you get the day started but snowfall by the time you hit the hay.
- Sun Fades by Afternoon, Cold
- Highs: Near 30°
- Wind: NE 5-10 mph
- Snow Develops, Heavy @ Times
- Lows: 22°-28°
- Wind: NE 10 mph
- Snow, Heavy at Times w/ Some Mix
- Highs: 32°-38°
- Snow: 4"-9" Metro
WINTER STORM WARNING tonight through tomorrow for the entire region except Calvert and St Marys, MD they under a Winter Weather Advisory
Morning sunshine quickly fades behind the clouds but we remain dry for both the am and pm commute. Meanwhile a storm will come together and head for the eastern seaboard. The storm looks like a sure bet and we will all start off with some snow, the heaviest being overnight into early Thursday. But it won’t be an all snow event for everyone, as some warm air will accompany this system. Exactly where this mix will occur is not certain but it is for sure that rain and/or sleet will cut down on accumulations.
As of now, this looks to be the biggest snow in 4 years (Snowmageddon) and will not be on that historic level. Right now we are calling for 4” to 9” across the metro area.
- Areas West of Washington may be closer to a foot in spots. Areas east may be closer to 4 inches. Because the storm hasn’t developed yet, we will adjust precipitation type and totals forecast as conditions warrant…could go up or down or stay the same. Have a great day!