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Mostly a rain event...

Jason Samenow @ 11:11 PM

It's 52 degrees at 11 pm in NW DC as I write this. It's pretty safe to say that there isn't going to be much in the way of snow in the District. The models have been trending warmer each run making the forecast pretty easy. I won't rule out some wet flakes mixing in with the rain in the morning but that's the most we'll see. Well N&W of Washington, in areas like Frederick Country and western Loudon, there could be an inch or two of slushy snow. Heavy accumulations are possible in extreme western Maryland, interior Pennsylvania and New York, and into New England.

No doubt Tuesday will be chilly--with temperatures steady between 35-40. Rain will fall on and off, ending late in the afternoon, and it will be breezy.

We still have a shot at some precip late Thursday and Thursday night...but details remain fuzzy. My guess is that it will either be too warm for snow, or the storm won't materialize. That's just the way this winter has gone.

If it's snowing where you are, feel free to enter a report in the comments section...

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