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Source: Washington Post

D.C.-area forecast: Winter quickly yields to another spring fling, with 70s by midweek

Today 06:05 GMT

Keep reading for the forecast through midweek…. Tomorrow (Presidents’ Day): A warm front lifts into the region, bringing mostly cloudy skies back to the forecast.

Confidence: Medium. SNOW POTENTIAL INDEX A daily assessment of the potential for at least 1 inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.

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Source: Washington Post

D.C.-area forecast: Rain and snow arrive this afternoon; some accumulation likely into tonight

Saturday 18:12 GMT

What may start as rain in most spots should quickly become snow and potentially turn moderate to heavy in places where the precipitation remains snow.

6/10 (?): Northern and western parts of the area stand a pretty good shot to see snow accumulation Saturday afternoon and evening. I’m already thinking of spending some time outside… Confidence: Medium. SNOW POTENTIAL INDEX A daily assessment of the potential for at least 1 inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.

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Source: Washington Post

Updates: Mixed bag of precipitation has begun and could create slick conditions this evening

Sunday 08:04 GMT

Some snow accumulation is possible, especially in colder areas north and west of the city, where slick conditions are most likely to develop, especially once it starts getting dark.

Heavier precipitation will move into the D.C. area rather quickly, especially between about 5 and 8 pm., and the increase in precipitation intensity and nightfall will drag surface temperatures down to around 30-34 degrees. 1 or 2 degrees will make a huge difference in what falls from the sky and on how many surfaces it accumulates on.


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