May 13, 2021

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7:00 AM | ***Major rain event today and tonight…colder on Friday with the first freeze possible late tomorrow night/early Saturday*** — Perspecta Weather

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6-Day forecast for the Washington, D.C. metro region


Rain, heavy at times, watch for localized flooding, quite breezy and cool, highs near 60 degrees (normal high is 65 degrees at DCA)


Rain, heavy at times, watch for localized flooding, quite breezy and turning colder late, lows near 45 degrees


Colder with mainly cloudy skies, breezy, continued threat of rain in the morning, near 50 degrees for afternoon highs

Friday Night

The first possible freeze of the season…Becoming partly cloudy, cold, near freezing for late night lows


Patchy frost early then mainly sunny skies, quite chilly for Halloween, near 50 degrees


Partly sunny, not as chilly, chance for an afternoon shower, upper 50’s


Windy and cold with mainly sunny skies, upper 40’s


Mainly sunny, still chilly, mid 50’s


The remains of Hurricane Zeta will combine with an upper-level low to generate a wide swath of heavy rain today from the Deep South to the southern part of New England. By late tonight, much colder air will begin to get wrapped into this powerful storm system as it exits off the Mid-Atlantic coastline. The result is likely to be a changeover to snow on Friday in some of the interior, higher-elevation locations of the Northeast US and accumulations are certainly on the table in some of these areas including the Poconos (PA) and Catskills (NY). The first freeze of the season is possible around here late Friday night/early Saturday and a chilly Halloween Day will follow on Saturday. Yet another impressive cold air outbreak will arrive in the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US by early next week and there can be “lake effect” type snows in the Great Lakes with this next blast.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.

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