2/3 DC/MD/VA Weather Outlook

Scattered rain and snow through the state, mainly south, today. 1-3” possible in far Southwest and in the Higher elevations of the Appalachians. Elsewhere, no substantial accumulations expected. Today into tomorrow will be the coldest temperatures we have for about a week. A very potent storm system will rock the middle of the country next week and swing a strong cold front through the region. Temperatures behind the front will cool back down.


Sorry for not being more consistent with daily updates. I have been busy at home with plumbing issues that were finally remedied last night! Today is the most “exciting” day o this week weather wise. A low pressure system is traversing the area along the North Carolina and Virginia border. Temperatures are marginally cold enough for snow, sleet, and freezing rain especially in the southwest. Southern areas should see periods of rain mixed with snow and sleet at times, but temps will be very close to freezing or slightly above. Area wide, snow and rain showers could occur, with no appreciable accumulations except the Southwest, as well as mountainous areas where 1-3” will possibly occur.

Weather looking much milder for the next 6 to seven days. Then a very powerful storm looks to affect the middle part of the country and then its trailing cold front should sweep through the area with heavy rains and even possible thunderstorms, some of which could be severe, next Thursday. After this, a colder pattern should set up.

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Today: SW: 35-45 SE: 35-45 N: 35-45

Wintry Mix and some snow possible Southwest and mountains with 1-3” accumulations. Elsewhere a mix or rain and snow showers are possible and more prevalent in southern areas.

Friday: SW: 45-55 SE: 45-55 N: 40-50

Getting Milder!

Saturday: SW: 50-60 SE: 50-60 N: 45-55

And Milder! Partly Cloudy.

Sunday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 50-60

Very Mild!! Partly Cloudy.

Monday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 50-60

Very Mild!! Partly Cloudy.

Tuesday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 50-60

Very Mild!! Partly to Mostly Cloudy.

Wednesday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 50-60

Very Mild!! Increasing Cloudiness.

Thursday: SW: 55-65 SE: 55-65 N: 50-60

Potential for Heavy rain and thunderstorms.

Long Term:

A turn to colder conditions appears likely next weekend after the front clears the area.

All for Now!