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Today's Forecast Updated Tuesday at 10:15 AM
Snow ends in our area as the cold moves in
- This Afternoon: Mainly Clouds
- Temperatures: Slowly Falling Upper 20s to Low 30s
- Wind: N 3-7
- Becoming Mostly Clear and Cold
- Lows: Mid to upper Teens, Low 20s
- Wind: W 5-10
- Highs: Low to Mid 30s
- Wind: WSW 3-6
Take a look at some of the snow totals across the region. Temperatures will gradually fall as we continue through the evening and overnight hours into the mid to upper teens, to lower 20s in spots.
With that being said, anything that is wet will refreeze so make sure you clear off that driveway and sidewalks as they will become slippery during the evening and overnight hours.
We will only warm until the upper 20s/lower 30s for Wednesday and Thursday (with Thursday featuring slightly cooler temperatures. Friday, with more sunshine expected, we warm into the mid to upper 30s! Next system arrives on Saturday afternoon. Will have to watch for another bout of wintry mix/rain rolling through the area Saturday afternoon and evening. Keep it here for continued updates!
ABC7 Weather Blog Your Forecast from StormWatch 7
Tuesday morning was a snowy one for the D.C. area, as some parts of the region picked up several inches of powder. Here's a recap of everything we saw this morning.
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.