Wintry Mix Likely Friday Morning as Temps Hold Below Freezing

The latest high-resolution rapid refresh model (image below courtesy PivotalWeather) continues to show snow showers, sleet and freezing rain developing late tonight and pulling out just before noon on Friday.

Area roadways will remain icy through 10am on Friday when the back edge of the precipitation finally exits our region.

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Winter-Haters Rejoice, Warmup Ahead!

Longing for Sunshine and Milder Weather?

Those of you who want to see some sunshine and mild temperatures will be happy campers mid to late next week.

The image below (courtesy PivotalWeather) shows an upper-level ridge of high pressure building across the eastern United States beginning Wednesday of next week and holding through at least the end of February.

The next map shows temperature anomalies (where it will be warmer/cooler than average) during this time frame.  Notice by Thursday of next week temperatures in DC will be running nearly 15 degrees above average!

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Freezing Rain Redeveloping this Evening along Interstate 95

Here are the Latest Snowfall Reports (a bust with mainly sleet in Metro DC) from the NWS Database

As has been the trend this winter, the far northwest suburbs received a bit more snow but sleet even ruined the party for these areas as well with 7.2″ so far being the unofficial winner near Martinsburg, WV.

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