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Today's Forecast Updated Sunday at 10:05 PMVery slick road and sidewalk conditions. Please use caution driving and walking.
- Freezing rain and drizzle ending. Patchy fog.
- Temperatures: 30-35°
- Wind: S 5 mph
- Decreasing clouds. Breezy and milder.
- Highs: 40-45°
- Wind: NW 10-15 G 25 mph
- Increasing clouds. Wintry mix after 6 PM
- Highs: 34-39°
- Wind: S 5 mph
On this first day of meteorological spring, winter is making its presence known. A warm front is taking its sweet time lifting north of the area. Temperatures aloft are well above freezing, but temperatures at the surface remain at, or below freezing. Surface temperatures will slowly rise above freezing from SW to NE. Freezing rain and drizzle will taper off overnight, but sidewalks, untreated surfaces, and bridges and overpasses may remain icy. Good Morning Washington begins at 4 AM Monday with school delays and closings.
Morning clouds Monday will give way to sunshine and breezy winds. Highs will climb into the low to mid 40s. Another weather system approaches from the west Tuesday bringing another round of wintry weather late in the day. Snow and sleet will be possible, as another warm front lifts north of the region. We'll be in between fronts Wednesday allowing temperatures to soar into the 50s with scattered rain showers. A cold front slides through overnight Wednesday bringing in another round of cold air. Precipitation may end as a wintry mix Thursday morning. A roller coaster ride of temperatures and all sorts of precipitation types over the next several days. Stay with the StormWatch7 weather team for additional updates.
ABC7 Weather Blog Your Forecast from StormWatch 7
Arctic cold is in place as we move in another system on Sunday.
Plan ahead, snow will move in overnight through Thursday morning's commute
We are continuing to track an area of low pressure that could bring some snow right in time for Thursday morning's commute.