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Wintry President's Day Weekend

Jason Samenow @ 7:27 AM

We've had below average temperatures every day during this month of February, and that will continue for a few more days. Count on contending with rock-like ice cover not to mention a snow flurry or two over this holiday weekend.


Forecast Confidence: HighPartly to mostly cloudy, brisk. We'll start off the day in the deep freeze, with temperatures in the single digits (colder suburbs) to the teens downtown. During the day, we'll have gradually increasing clouds, with temperatures rising into the mid 30s by mid to late afternoon. Overnight, it will be mostly cloudy and not as cold, with a few snow flurries possible as an energetic (but moisture-deprived) clipper passes by. Lows should be in the mid to upper 20s.


Forecast Confidence: Medium-HighVariably cloudy and cold with a few flurries possible. Behind the clipper, we'll get a reinforcing shot of a cold air. Expect a variably cloudy and breezy day with a few snow showers or flurries possible, especially north and west of DC. High temperatures will be in the low to mid 30s. Overnight, it will be clear, windy and very cold, with lows in the teens.

President's Day

Forecast Confidence: Medium-HighChilly, but not as cold. Despite a very cold start, temperatures should recover quite well in the afternoon as the cold air mass begins to erode. Expect partly to mostly sunny skies, with highs 35-40.

The long awaited post storm assessment will be published mid-afternoon.

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