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- After snow coating, the main sites have shifted to rain and frozen. (In the north of Maryland, snow could continue as the dominant desirable type to the hours in advance). This mix will make slick travel overnight, especially on untreated roads and stomachs. Pedestrians and drivers should use caution.
- In the morning mornings competition, mixed tours and rainfall are likely to be north and west of downtown Washington. From mid to south and north, the temperatures rising above freezing should facilitate most rain and rainfall mainly.
1:35 p.m. – Wintry mix in most areas. Expect splash spots overnight.
The line took a snow mix north to Columbia, Md. Now (and it should continue suddenly with migration to the north). Snow is predominantly limited to the north and north of Interstate 70, with a mix of pedestrians from the south.
Much in the Washington area, the snow part of this event is over and the rest of the night will now have frozen and frozen rain. Some of the tougher spots, significantly from mid to southeast, can see a change in precipitation to plain rain.
Throughout the night and in the interests of traveling, we expect the slippery conditions that are widespread in our colder areas west and north of Beltway but it is likely that slic spots in the metro area will immediately consider The right temperature around freezing and freezing. Our main concern is about roads, driving routes, many parking and neighborhood roads.
This is the latest update this afternoon. Scroll down for forecast by tomorrow. Check back at 5 a.m. Monday of our next detailed forecasting update.
10:55 p.m. – Snow and rain flow from the south to south
The snow dropped significantly over time in the immediate metro region, but the snow stream reached to the west (faster than anticipated with models) and there are many areas from South Ballina Switch it now to rain and frozen. This means that the snow accumulation could be larger, but we will deal with a layer of fluid / fluid rain on top of the slushy snow coat that fell. The sideways and the backboard are the main areas of concern.
10:15 p.m. – Snow arriving rapidly and quickly, developing some slick spots
When it began to snow in the past, the severity came up quickly. This allowed the temperatures to fall rapidly to the freezing and to snow coat pasture coats and even side and unintended beaches and neighborhood roads. The main roads, to date, are well established. Try if you are traveling.
Short-term models and radar suggest that snow should fall steadily for at least two or three times, but it is probably not as big as that open burst. However, some areas may see more than an inch, entering a booming environment. At the same time, we must look at the area of extracts and rain (other than freezing rain when the temperature is below 32) to the south and it should take to the north by the time and limit to the extent possible snow spend during the overnight period – except in northern Maryland.
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9:30 pm – Snow quickly expanding the metro region immediately
In the last 15 to 20 minutes, we got snow reports developed from the West End. And it does not take long for the snow to start a lot of clip.
We received reports of snow falling in Arlington, Burke, Alexandria, Vienna, Fairfax, parts of County Montgomery and even in southern Maryland.
The next time, snow should start even in our eastern areas.
The snow is hitting a large roof, rocks and pasture areas and then, it can quickly start unfounded paved surface. Use a warning walking and driving.
8:25 p.m. – Snow develops in our long-western areas
A Radar shows the development of snow in the western part of our region from Frederick and Leesburg and west through the Interstate 8 tract. We received reports of light snow Winchester, as well as Round Hill and Purcellville in West Loudoun County.
This snow should begin north in the counties of Montgomery, East Loudoun, and Fairfax over the next time.
Detailed forecast from 6:30 pm
Things will appear over the first 36 to 48 hours. A battle zone between hot and cold air will depend greatly on the D.C. area, as some diving rounds move. This means that we are tackling the full crab: snow, slide, freezing rain and just clear rain. Expecting more nightends overnight on Sunday, creating slippery conditions on Monday morning roads.
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Through Sunday night: Remaining stories for the hours ahead, before the light starts between 8 and 11 p.m. Expecting light snow starts down, despite the peripheral temperatures in the range 32- to 36 degrees. Snow / ice / rain rain should mix after midnight, with locations from DC and towards the south / southeast of which the change is first, and locations to the north / northwest at hang on the longest light snow.
Snow / extracts / ice surroundings should be limited to the surface of grassland around DC, as the road temperature should be largely high enough to avoid significant construction . In our colder areas, uncontrolled roads and pathways are becoming more slick and heretic and both pedestrians and drivers should have a warning. The two sides of 32 degrees will depend on the site, with a light wind from the southeast.
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Tomorrow (Monday): Slippery and ice spots in the morning, especially north and west of DC Rain / light rain continues through the issues of commuting starting early in the morning. We should see that the short formation has been received in the morning late before more precipitation starts in the afternoon in the form of rain mainly. High temperatures from thirty to 30 hours.
The rise is expected to resume on Monday night, and it will return to a rainfall / rainfall mix at a certain point in our colder areas, and more likely issues will come into it Tuesday morning competition. The time is about 32 degrees.
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