Your ABC7 Weather Forecast
WEATHER ALERT: Winter Storm Warning starts overnight and extends into Thursday for most of the ABC 7 News viewing area. Click here for an updated map.
Dense fog will be a problem until about 10:00 this evening along with areas of heavy rain. As temperatures fall, a wintry mix will begin after midnight from north to south before changing over to all snow during the early morning hours. It may take couple hours for snow to stick because ground temperatures will be just above freezing. Travel conditions will quickly deteriorate as snowfall rates increase. Around the Beltway, snow totals will range from four to eight inches. Northern Montgomery and Loudoun counties will see higher totals; while southern Maryland will see lesser amounts. Whatever the case may be, this will be a high impact event.
Snow will come to an end by evening and skies will begin to clear. A blast of very cold air will overspread the region early Friday morning with wake-up temperatures in the single digits and lower teens.
Ending on a good note ... Daylight Saving Time begins this Sunday at 2AM.
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