From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: Snow Continues to Taper off Across the Region

March 3, 2014 - 12:09 PM
Text size Decrease Increase

Snow will continue to die down through the afternoon hours.

This Afternoon:
Snow ending NW - SE
Temperatures: Falling Through the Teens
Wind: N 10-20+
Overnight:
Bitterly Cold
Lows: Single Digits, Lower Teens
Wind: N 5-10 mph
Tuesday:
Some Sunshine, Cold
Highs: MId to Upper 20s
Wind: Light

Snow will continue to taper off from the NW to the SE as we continue through the afternoon hours. Check out our radar. The winds will taper off as well through the early evening hours. Take a peek at some of the snow totals across the region here. However, until then, expect wind chills in the single digits. As winds taper off, clearing skies and snowpacked grounds will continue to take our surface temperature down. Overnight lows will end up in the single digits to the lower double digits during the overnight hours. Sunshine will move back into the region tomorrow with temperatures remaining in the 20s to near 30 degrees. More clouds build in for Wednesday with temperatures still only in the lower 30s. Temperatures will continue to move up by Thursday with temperatures nearing 40 degrees and nearing the upper 40s on Friday. Friday we do have a chance of some rain scooting across the region. By Saturday, daytime highs will move into the lower 50s.

 

Check out our LIVE STORM BLOG here. Continuous updates throughout the day!

 

Also follow me on Facebook and Twitter. We got ya covered!

Short URL: http://wj.la/NnMVi6
comments powered by Disqus