01/24 DC/MD/VA Weather Outlook


It was a big storm, but a big miss for me! I will try and recap the storm. This week we see a moderation in temperatures for a few days ABOVE NORMAL, a clipper to turn us colder and then??? Another winter storm possible this weekend!

Summary:
Very cold and windy conditions followed our “storm” which was far less than what I had advertised. Late Friday night it became apparent to me that my thoughts were likely wrong. My headline changed, but my last call map was my last call so I let it stand. I learned a lot from this event, the biggest is that the models are showing systems further south than they should. This storm rocked the Northeast. <http://news.bostonherald.com/localRegional/view.bg?articleid=64954> .

This week: We have a chance of some flurries up north today. Moderating temperatures. A clipper through Thursday. Colder temps for a day then seasonal. MAYBE a winter storm this weekend.

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Forecast:

Today: SW: 30-40 SE: 30-40 N: 25-35
Cold, but not as cold as yesterday.  A few flurries in the northern regions not out of the question.

Tuesday: SW: 45-55 SE: 45-55 N: 40-50
Moderating temperatures!

Wednesday: SW: 50-60 SE: 50-60 N: 45-55
Above normal temperatures!

Thursday: SW: 30-40 SE: 30-40 N: 25-35
Maybe a shower and turning colder!

Friday: SW: 30-40 SE: 30-40 N: 25-35
Partly Cloudy

Saturday: SW: 35-45 SE: 35-45 N: 30-40 (temps could be adjusted downwards)
Some cloudiness.

Sunday: SW: 25-35 SE: 25-35 N: 25-35
Wintry mix, snow, and or rain..most likely changing to rain if it occurs

Long Term:
This weekend system will need to be watched. Temps look seasonal next week.
       
All for now!