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Today's Forecast Updated Monday at 3:53 PM
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from late tonight through Tuesday afternoon.
- Mostly Cloudy and Cold
- Lows: Upper 20s to Low 30s
- Wind: N 4-8 m.p.h.
- Areas of Snow Likely, Mix SE
- Highs: 30-33
- Snow: 2 to 4 inches
- Mostly Sunny and Cold
- Highs: Mid 30s
- Wind: NW 5-10 m.p.h.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been posted for the entire area from 3 am until 2 pm Tuesday. We are forecasting the system to produce between 2 to 4 inches of snow before it ends in the afternoon. Areas south and east of Washington may be closer to the 2 inch part of the range, whiles areas north and west of Washington will be closer to the 4 inch end of the snowfall potential range. As in every winter system, there is always a plus or minus factor in forecasting accumulations, we are confident we are in the proper range but will fine-tune the forecast as events warrant
With snow and ice still on the ground and trees in many areas…here we go again with an opportunity to see a few more inches of snow. An area of low pressure will move northeastward through the Carolinas tomorrow. While the precipitation may begin as a brief wintry mix in spots, we do expect snow to predominate through the day. The snow may fall heavily at times but feel total accumulations will range between 2 and 4 inches. Temperatures will drop below freezing tomorrow night, so snow and slush could freeze more solidly. Even though temperatures will remain unseasonably cold through the rest of the work week and weekend, there will be plenty of sunshine through Friday. So any surfaces exposed to direct sunlight should melt during the daylight hours.
ABC7 Weather Blog Your Forecast from StormWatch 7
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for the majority of the D.C. area from late tonight through Tuesday afternoon.
Slick and slushy roads this morning. Precipitation gradually tapering off this afternoon.
Here is everything we expect from the timing to accumulations across the D.C. area on Sunday.