Winter Outlook: How Much Snow Will D.C. See?

Will cold, wintry pattern continue?

By Bob Ryan
|  Friday, Nov 21, 2008  |  Updated 9:42 AM EDT
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Winter Outlook:  How Much Snow Will D.C. See?

How much snow will D.C. see?

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We are in for an unusually cold, wintry pattern for mid-November.

If this continues, it will break a string of four "mild" winters and mean a "cold winter" for the East Coast.

There are some differences in the overall patterns from past winters, and my winter outlook has some good news for lovers of winter weather. 

I'll explain why, but also why there is some good news for folks who aren't thrilled with this recent spell of January in November.

Click on the video to get the outlook from our entire weather team!

Guess when we'll receive the first inch of snow:  Click here!

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