WASHINGTON (WUSA9) ---   Lows overnight will drop into the 20s in the 'burbs and around freezing Downtown. Those temps combined with a chance of more snow showers overnight could leave roads slippery for the Wednesday morning commute, especially in southern Maryland. We have extended our Yellow Weather Alert through mid-morning Wednesday. The snow showers could produce up to a half an inch in accumulation. Breezy and colder Wednesday with highs struggling to get out of the 30s and wind chills struggling to climb out of the 20s. Even colder Thursday with highs below freezing. In fact, temperatures stay below freezing from Wednesday night through Monday morning. Get ready to leave those cabinet doors under your sinks open. Even colder arctic air arrives for the weekend. We could see some more snow showers Saturday with that blast. Bitterly cold Saturday and Sunday with highs in the 20s. Looking ahead: our next significant storm could be Monday evening into Tuesday.

Some snowfall totals:
Damascus, MD: 4.1"
Gaithersburg, MD: 1.7"
Reston, VA: .8"
Purcellville, VA: 2"
Charles Town, WV: .4"
Dulles: .7"
National: Trace

Breezy & Cold with more Snow Showers late &
Slick/icy spots possible after midnight (Black Ice) < 1"

HIGH TEMPS: 26 - 32
WINDS: WNW 10 - 15

Partly Sunny, Breezy
& Colder with Snow Showers & Flurries, Mainly Early AM

TEMPS: 35 - 40  
WINDS: WNW 10 - 20

Arctic Air Arrives: Partly Cloudy, Breezy &
even Colder, Flurries Possible

HIGH TEMPS: 26 - 30 
WINDS: NW 10 - 20 +

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