WASHINGTON — Another brush with winter weather is hitting the D.C. area Monday morning. It'll last for about three to four hours before changing over to rain. In the immediate D.C. metro, most areas will get little if any snow accumulation, but a few areas north of D.C. could see an inch or two of snow (locally higher) before it changes over to all rain or just ends.
Parts of the region are already under a Winter Weather Advisory, which is basically all counties along and west of Interstate 95.
Temperatures will be rising above freezing as low pressure and its associated fronts move through the area.
The key timing for winter weather Monday morning is 8 a.m. to noon. By Noon, the precipitation will likely change to all rain and move east. Showers end before 4 p.m.
Below is a detailed timeline showing how the weather progresses during the day:
1 p.m. - 4 p.m. - Showers will begin to end for most of metro D.C., with lingering showers over the Eastern Shore ending around 4 p.m. Highs will climb to the low 40s.
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12 p.m. MONDAY
Snow with the system will be light and most areas will not have accumulating snow. Areas north of D.C., especially along the Maryland and Pennsylvania border, could see a trace to 2 inches of snow.
Here's a look at the type of weather you will see in your neighborhood Monday.