Light snow tonight with temps below freezing will create some slick spots. The Tuesday AM commute will be slippery for some. A trace to 3" is possible over the Metro Area overnight.
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The Clipper transfers its energy to the North Carolina coast. This coastal storm becomes the dominant storm, as is intensifies and moves up the coast. While the heavy snow will fall in New England, we will still get some leftover snow showers. These snow showers could bring an additional 1"-2" of accumulation in the immediate Metro area tonight into Tuesday morning. Side streets and driveways will become icy. We have extended our Yellow Alert into Tuesday.
Here's a look at some DMV towns, with snow totals through 7 p.m. Monday:
Downtown Washington: Tr - 1"
Bowie: Tr - 1"
Fairfax: Tr - 1"
Bethesda: Tr - 1"
Sterling: Tr - 1"
Oxon Hill: Trace
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Please check out our Severe Weather Guide.
Periods of Snow & Snow Showers, Especially East
Becoming Breezy to Windy (Trace - 3" possible)
LOW TEMPS: 25 - 30
WINDS: N 10 - 20 +
Becoming Partly Sunny, Windy & Cold
AM Snow Showers & PM Flurries possible
HIGH TEMPS: Around 35
WINDS: NW 15 - 25
Breezy & Cold
HIGH TEMPS: 34 - 38
WINDS: NW 10 - 15