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More snow is in the forecast for the D.C. region. But the predictions vary wildly this far out. Find out how much, or how little, and when the snow flakes will begin to fall.
A winter weather advisory goes into effect at 6 a.m. Friday for the entire D.C. metro area, and a small amount of rain, sleet or snow could fall through the overnight hours and the early morning.
As cold weather hits the area, many people are wondering just how cold it will get and how much snow could be on the way. Sure, meteorologists may help predict what's to come, but some folklore could point to what winter will look like.
Get ready for much colder air to hit the region and for the possibility of a few snowflakes Tuesday.
Since Snowmageddon plowed through the region in 2010, winter has been relatively mild in the D.C. region.
The latest weather alerts, power outage numbers and closings in our area.
Rains that doused the region left roads flooded across the WTOP listening area, prompting flood warnings -- some into Saturday.
Those expecting winter weather this weekend were probably disappointed. A slow moving system spread some light rain and snow over the metro region Sunday, but there was no major precipitation.
The chances of the region getting a big snowstorm are getting slimmer by the day. Nevertheless, some major snow is still a possibility, according to ABC 7 Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill.
Hi: 75 °F | Lo: 55 °F