There’s a slight chance for rain and snow to mix late Tuesday into early Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — Don’t get caught off guard, but we could see another brush with winter weather this week in the D.C. metro area. A fast moving low pressure system will sweep through the area late Tuesday night through early Wednesday morning. With enough cold air in place, we could see a mixture of rain and snow in parts of the DMV.
There is still a spread among model solutions, with some showing mostly rain over D.C. but a wintry mix and snow in some of the northern and western suburbs. This forecast may come down to the wire, so check back for updates as new data comes in and the forecast is refined.
The winter weather would start late Tuesday night (after midnight) and end around noon on Wednesday.
This system will not bring much in terms of snow accumulation. The NAM and GFS models both favor bringing a mix or snow over the D.C. region. Other models, bring mostly rain or nothing at all. The nature of this type of storm typically does not bring a lot of snow.
Over the next seven days, the GFS (American) model tries to bring in about an inch of snow to the area. It’s one of the few models that have hopped on the snow train this week. The EURO (ECMWF) model brings in nothing for the same time period. The most likely place for all snow will be in areas such as Cumberland, Oakland, Hagerstown, Winchester and Luray.
Snow Potential Output Next 7 Days (not a forecast)
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