Look for it to turn very breezy Monday, with more cold weather expected. “Temperatures for the first full week of March will be running about 15 to 20 degrees colder than average,” said Chuck Bell, a Storm Team 4 meteorologist.
Frederick County and areas in Maryland closer to the Pennsylvania border are areas that may still see some accumulations, said NBC Washington meteorologist Somara Theodore. Locations closer to the District may still see some rain and possibly sleet going into the overnight hours.
You won’t find much snow out there, but you will see more foul weather Friday: Rain is in the forecast. Check the forecast and snow totals from around the region.
A winter weather advisory is in effect from 10 p.m. Thursday to 10 a.m. Friday for D.C., and parts of Maryland and Virginia. Snow is expected to start Thursday night and continue into early Friday, making for a slippery morning commute.
A winter weather system has the region locked in its crosshairs. Winter storm warnings and advisories are posted for the region, with snow, sleet, freeing rain and rain all in the mix through Wednesday evening. Here’s what to expect.
This morning brings with it the same wintry mix and icy conditions as Monday, though this time around it’s expected to give way to heavy rains later in the day.
The week began with sleet, freezing rain and snow around the D.C. area, resulting in school closings and delays as well as messy morning traffic on Monday. Tuesday will begin with more misery, but the worst of it will be confined to parts north and west of the District. Here’s what you need to know.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for D.C. and parts of Maryland and Virginia from 7 p.m. Sunday to 10 a.m. Monday, with areas to the north and west of the capital most at risk for snarled rush hour traffic from icy conditions.
The Northeast is bracing for an intense winter storm right after parts of California have seen almost a foot of rain this week. Two storm systems have headed east.
The weather service has expanded a Winter Weather Advisory to include the entire D.C. area. Drivers should expect “slippery road conditions and sidewalks,” and the hazardous conditions may linger overnight, as temperatures fall below freezing. This could affect the Friday morning commute. Here’s what you need to know.
Icy roads caused a plethora of traffic troubles throughout the D.C. area Friday morning, but relief is in sight. The Chain Bridge, which was mostly a sheet of ice earlier, has now reopened; other roads are beginning to clear up as well.
The snow is slowly changing over to sleet and rain across the D.C. area, but roads are still dangerous. One school system has already decided to close early. Here’s the latest, including snow totals and the latest tracking of the “meandering” rain/snow line.
A wintry mix affected the morning rush Wednesday, but it’s not over yet as drivers face wet roads for the afternoon drive.
The worst of the wintry precipitation is over, but chilly temperatures could mean treacherous driving conditions and even windchills in the single digits. There’s also a small chance of a few snow showers. Several counties have canceled school. Others are on a two-hour delay.
It may be hard to believe, after the springlike temperatures of Thursday, that wintry precipitation could be coming in less than 24 hours — but that’s the scenario. Storm Team 4 meteorologist Matt Ritter has the forecast.
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