Saturday Evening Update on High-Impact Winter Storm

Models are in good agreement on the track of Sunday’s storm with the only variable being how quickly surface temperatures rise above freezing on Sunday evening.

Snow Arrives between 3 and 6PM

Major Icing a Concern from Freezing Rain

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Tim’s 2021- 2022 DC Winter Forecast

November begins tomorrow, the fall foliage is nearing peak and I can’t think of a better time to release my official 2021 – 2022 DC Winter Forecast.

Weak La Nina Conditions are Forecast to Prevail through the Upcoming Winter 

The blue colors off of the western coast of South America continuing westward along the equatorial Pacific represent cooler than average sea surface temperatures characteristic of La Nina conditions.  The forecast models (image below) continue to indicate that weak La Nina conditions should continue through  February 2022.

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