7:15 AM | Mild again for a couple of days, but then an Arctic frontal passage for the weekend accompanied by some snow

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, cool, upper 40's


Mostly clear, cold, low 30's


Mostly sunny, cool, upper 40’s

Friday Night

Becoming mostly cloudy, few rain showers early and snow showers late, cold, near 30


Partly sunny, windy and cold with snow showers or even a period of steady snow, accumulations are possible, temperatures drop through the 30's during the day


Partly sunny, breezy and very cold, snow showers still possible, near freezing for highs


Mostly sunny, cold, upper 30’s


Partly sunny, not as cold, upper 40’s


Our mid-week mixed bag event is now over with an inch or so recorded in some of the northern and western suburbs and a trace recorded at Reagan National Airport. The next system of interest will be a strong Arctic cold front that will whip through the Mid-Atlantic region by early Saturday paving the way for a much colder air mass that will stick around through Monday. Snow showers and even a period of steadier snow will likely accompany the invasion of the Arctic air mass on Saturday with accumulations likely. The coldest part of this outbreak will likely occur on Sunday as temperatures may hold below 35 degrees throughout the day. The bitter cold will relax by Tuesday as temperatures likely climb back into the 40's. The coldest core of this Arctic air mass will heads towards New England by late in the weekend and temperatures there can fall to twenty below zero in spots by Monday morning.