7:00 AM | **Nonetheless windy and on the cool facet immediately…low strain can influence us from later Friday into Saturday** — Arcfield Climate

6-Day forecast for the Washington, D.C. metro area

Right now

Primarily sunny, nonetheless windy, chilly, highs close to 50 levels; N-NW winds round 10-20 mph; gusts to 30 mph


Primarily clear, breezy, chilly, lows close to 30 levels


Primarily sunny, breezy, chilly, decrease 50’s for afternoon highs

Thursday Night time             

Partly cloudy, chilly, decrease 30’s for late night time lows


Growing clouds, chilly, likelihood of rain and/or snow later within the day, mid 40’s; snow or rain altering to snow doubtless at night time


Primarily cloudy, chilly, likelihood of rain and/or snow within the AM hours, mid 40’s


Solar giving option to growing clouds, chilly, higher 40’s; likelihood of rain and/or snow at night time


Primarily cloudy, chilly, likelihood of rain and/or snow, mid-to-upper 40’s


The general climate sample will stay fairly lively through the subsequent a number of days with storm threats potential within the Mid-Atlantic area each at week’s finish and once more early subsequent week. On Friday, low strain is prone to push in direction of the northern Ohio Valley, weaken, and a secondary system might type by early Saturday simply off the Mid-Atlantic shoreline. The outcome right here might be rain or a mixture of rain and snow within the interval from later Friday into early Saturday at which era the ocean low will turn into the principle participant. A repeat efficiency is feasible early subsequent week with the potential of one other storm system heading in direction of the northern Ohio Valley after which a secondary system develops off the Mid-Atlantic shoreline. 

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Arcfield Climate


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