7:00 AM | **Low strain intensifies off the Mid-Atlantic shoreline at this time on its approach to close to southern New England by early Tuesday…very windy right here from Tuesday via Wednesday** — Arcfield Climate

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

In the present day

Primarily cloudy, breezy, chilly, occasional rain, highs within the mid 40’s; N-NW winds round 5-10 mph


Partly cloudy, windy, chilly, lows within the low-to-mid 30’s


Partly sunny, very windy, chilly, likelihood of snow showers throughout far northern suburbs, decrease 40’s for afternoon highs

Tuesday Night time             

Primarily clear, very windy, chilly, close to 30 levels for late evening lows


Primarily sunny, nonetheless very windy, chilly, higher 40’s


Primarily sunny, milder, higher 50’s


Primarily cloudy, breezy, fairly gentle, likelihood of showers, mid 60’s


Partly sunny, breezy, cooler, likelihood of showers, mid 50’s


Low strain will intensify off the Mid-Atlantic shoreline at this time and push to the northeast reaching close to southern New England by early Tuesday as a serious storm system.  The DC metro area will probably be impacted with occasional rain at this time into tonight and snow showers can develop as far south and west on Tuesday because the far northern suburbs of DC. The winds will turn out to be the primary issue round right here from this storm system with gusts to 50 mph doable from tomorrow via the day on Wednesday. Excessive strain will edge into the area at mid-week producing some sunshine on Wednesday after which milder situations for the late week. 

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Arcfield Climate

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