January 23, 2021

Weather News – Road Conditions – weather forecast

7:00 AM | ****Rain can end as snow today in some of the far N/W suburbs…major winter storm at mid-week**** — Perspecta Weather

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

Today

Mainly cloudy and much colder than yesterday with rain that can be heavy at times, there is the chance for a changeover to snow by early afternoon in some of the far northern and western suburbs with minor accumulations possible, highs in the upper 30’s

Tonight

Becoming mainly clear, quite cold, lows in the upper 20’s

Tuesday

Mainly sunny, quite cold, upper 30’s for afternoon highs

Tuesday Night

Becoming mainly cloudy, quite cold, mid 20’s for late night lows

Wednesday

Snow develops by in the morning and can mix with sleet and/or freezing rain later in the day before a change back to snow tonight, several inches of snow accumulations are possible by the late tonight with highest amounts to the north and west of the District and lowest amounts to the south and east, winds will become increasingly strong, daytime highs in the mid 30’s, overnight lows in the mid-to-upper 20’s

Thursday

Snow still possible in the early morning then becoming partly sunny, windy, quite cold, mid 30’s

Friday

Mostly sunny, cold, mid-to-upper 30’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, still quite cold, upper 30’s

Discussion

This will be a stormy week in the Mid-Atlantic region with two storms to deal with during the next few days. Today’s storm will begin with rain in all areas of the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor, but as colder air filters from a strengthening high pressure system to the north, a changeover to accumulating snow is likely to take place in suburban areas to the north and west of the big cities. A second and powerful storm will arrive at mid-week and it is likely to result in significant snow, ice and rain for the Mid-Atlantic region with a mixture possible in parts of the metro areas, heavy snowfall to the north and west, and primarily rain near and along coastal sections of southern New Jersey and the Delmarva.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.
perspectaweather.com



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