Snow will end this evening, moving out from northwest to southeast. We'll have 4" - 10" of snow in the Metro area when all is said and done. Breezy & frigid tonight.
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) --Yellow Alert continues today with a Winter Storm Warning in effect through 9 PM. Snow will be heavy at times today, tapering off from northwest to southeast, into the evening. Road conditions continue to deteriorate through dinner time for all areas so stay home if you can!
Tonight will be mostly dry by 7 - 8 PM and it turns quite cold and breezy tonight. Temperatures will drop to the teens and single digits in the suburbs by day break Friday. There will be slick spots Friday morning, and for that we have another Yellow Alert. Temperatures will be hard to get much above the freezing mark despite ample sunshine Friday afternoon.
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Snow, Heavy at times and Falling Temps
A General 4" - 8", more N & W, Less S & E
Tapering off Late PM/Early Evening
TEMPS: 28 - 34
WINDS N 10-15
Snow Ends Early
Clearing & Very Cold
LOW TEMPS: 30s
WINDS: N 5 - 10
Mostly Sunny &
Quite Cold for March
HIGH TEMPS: 28-34
WINDS: N to E - 5