February 26, 2024

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More snow headed to DC Friday

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A weak area of low pressure could bring the DMV another round of light snow Friday. Here’s what we know now.

WASHINGTON — Don’t put your shovels away yet! After a general 1-5″ of snow fell Monday into Tuesday morning, the WUSA9 Weather Watch Team is tracking another weather system that could bring more light snow to the DMV as we head into the weekend.

Temperatures will be below freezing throughout the day Friday, so it’s not a question of whether or not it will be cold enough for snow, it just depends how much moisture moves into the region.

Both the American Model (GFS) and the European Model bring in between a coating to 2″ starting early Friday morning that would last into the evening. While precipitation would be light, the winter weather may impact both the morning and the evening commute and schools once again.

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AMERICAN MODEL




EUROPEAN MODEL




We are thinking a general 1″ – 2″ will across the DMV. A “sweet spot” might be a bit north and west of D.C. Stay tuned.

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2024-01-17 03:55:56

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