Nice Again on Sunday with highs near 50, but snow is possible Monday night and into Tuesday. This is not going to be anything like the Blizzard of 2016 but it could impact Tuesday AM travel.


WASHINGTON (WUSA9) ---  Mostly cloudy the rest of the afternoon as a coastal storm moves up along the Carolina coast before heading out to sea. We then turn our attention to a clipper that could bring us some accumulating snow Monday night into Tuesday and some wintry mix of rain & snow south and east of Town. This is a system from the north so it has limited moisture. At the onset of the precipitation Monday evening surface temperatures will be above freezing. so the commute home should be fine with just wet roads. We are more concerned with the commute Tuesday morning from this system with surface temperatures then at or below freezing with light snow falling. Behind the front, temperatures will be rather cold and well below average through next weekend. From Wednesday on, most of us will not reach the freezing mark for several days. Clippers usually leave arctic air in their wake and this will be no exception. The arctic air late in the week will be some of the coldest air we have seen all year.

Mostly Cloudy
& a bit Chilly but Pleasant

HIGH TEMPS:  46 - 51 
WINDS: NNE 5 - 10   

Mostly Cloudy
& Cold 

LOW TEMPS:  28 - 36
WINDS: E - 10

Mostly Cloudy & Chilly with
Mainly a late PM Rain or Snow Shower possible

HIGH TEMPS:  40 - 45
WINDS: SE - 10

Mostly Cloudy & Cold with
Light Snow or Snow Showers ( Trace - 2")

HIGH TEMPS:  34 - 39 

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