11/20 DC/MD/VA Weather Outlook

Looks like a really rainy and cold Monday, then rain changing to snow in the Mountains later Monday night and Tuesday. Another brief shot of snow Thursday morning that many could see. Then we may actually mild up a little, before another big storm the following week. Pattern evolution will be interesting to watch, but hard to pinpoint.

Summary:  The storm will likely be a rain event for most with rain changing to snow in the mountains. The mountains could see significant snow (thinking 4-8 inches). As the storm spins by it MAY be able to wrap colder air into it and cause a quick changeover to snow from I-95 west (be just a snow shower). A cold and windy day Tuesday and then a brief dry day Wednesday. A clipper will come through Wednesday night into Thursday and this could cause a period of snow showers, especially in the north. A windy and cold Thursday will then be on tap. Where do we go from there? I am a bit less optimistic of a snow storm right after this as we could see dry conditions. That being said, another big Nor?easter may come early to mid week the following week! This pattern is active and does seem to be favorable for more snow chances so I will tell you to keep posted and get ready as the weather forecast will be refined many times.
Tropics: Gamma is falling apart. Her moisture will help aid in this upcoming storm to make it quite wet!
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