With a chance of flurries in Wednesday night’s forecast, and heavier stuff expected by the end of the week … how well do you know the different types of snowfall?
The D.C. region woke up to bitterly cold temperatures Tuesday with wind chills hovering around zero — the coldest weather of the season so far.
With the arctic temperatures continuing, time is running out to prevent home water pipes from freezing.
Forecasters are warning of severe cold on Monday and Tuesday in the D.C. region and the potential for snow later this week.
The snowflakes in our Tuesday afternoon and evening forecast are only scattered ones, but our overall wimpy winter is eventually expected to give way to some big snowstorms.
The average temperature this month is well above the previous records for warmest D.C. Decembers, set in 1889 and 1984.
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