March 3, 2021

Weather News – Road Conditions – weather forecast

7:00 AM | **Snow in parts of the Northeast US today…first freeze possible here late tonight…a chilly Halloween Day…another cold blast on Sunday night and Monday with “lake effect” snows** — Perspecta Weather

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


Colder today with mainly cloudy skies in the morning and residual showers are possible, partly sunny skies in the afternoon, breezy, highs in the low-to-mid 50’s


First freeze of the season in some spots…Becoming partly cloudy, diminishing winds, cold, frost possible late, lows in the low-to-mid 30’s


Frost possible early in the day, mainly sunny skies, cold, near 50 degrees for afternoon highs

Saturday Night

Partly cloudy, cold, upper 30’s for late night lows


Partly sunny, not as chilly, chance for a couple of showers, near 60 degrees


Windy and quite cold for early November with partly sunny skies, mid-to-upper 40’s; late night lows once again near the freezing mark


Mainly sunny, still chilly, low-to-mid 50’s


Mainly sunny, milder, near 60 degrees


A secondary storm formed off the coastline in the overnight hours and is pulling in colder air which could actually result in a change to snow today across portions of the Northeast US. In fact, there can be some small accumulations in places like the Poconos, Catskill Mountains and Hudson Valley region of New York and even all the way to the coastline of southern New England. After this messy system pushes away, high pressure will quickly move in overhead and this will set the stage for the first freeze of the season in many areas by early tomorrow morning. Another strong cold front will move across the Great Lakes on Sunday and push through the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US on Sunday night. Following the passage of this next cold front, yet another Arctic blast will arrive late Sunday night and the first day of the new work week on Monday will feature windy and cold conditions and there is likely to be “lake effect” snows across the Great Lakes.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.

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