An active frontal system will slide eastward across the I-95 corridor on Monday and it can be just cold enough at the onset for snow possibly mixed with sleet. In fact, there can be some small accumulations of the snow in the I-95 corridor region before milder pushes in from the south in the afternoon and results in a changeover to plain rain. The best chance for a coating to an inch or so in the DC metro region will be on the northwestern side of the District and it is likely to arrive just after the morning commute time comes to an end. In the Philly metro region, the snow should arrive during the mid-to-late morning hours and there can be 1-3 inches of accumulation before an afternoon changeover to rain. Snow arrives in New York City during the late morning and it can accumulate from a coating to an inch or two before a changeover there to rain in the afternoon. Temperatures later tomorrow will climb above freezing in all areas along the I-95 corridor with lower 40’s possible for highs in DC and the mid-to-upper 30’s in Philly and NYC.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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