Storm Team 4 Forecast

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Starting early Wednesday, much of the area will be under a Winter Storm Warning with the chance for several inches of snow. What falls however, isn't necessarily what will accumulate on area roads. Several days of mild temperatures will help keep snow amounts down on area roads. Around  to 1-2” on grassy areas is possible for the DC metro area and 3-6” possible farther north and west. Most roads will be wet and slushy up to early afternoon Wednesday. Look for rain to start just after midnight. By 8 am, many neighborhoods will have snow mixing with rain. We have a good chance of that mixing or changeover until 3pm. By 7pm, this storm will be moving out. Anyone, hitting the road early Thursday, may see some slick spots. Use Caution! Thursday high temperature will be near 40.

    TONIGHT:
    Cloudy, Rain Likely after Midnight, Low 43

    WEDNESDAY:
    Rain changing to Wet Snow, 1-3” possible DC metro, Temps falling to 33

    THURSDAY:
    Mostly Cloudy, High 39