Snow is on the way to the Washington, D.C., area, and an inch or two could fall by mid-morning on Super Bowl Sunday, Storm Team4 says.
After lovely Saturday weather with highs near 60°, don’t let the wintry weather catch you off guard.
“We’ve got huge changes coming our way overnight,” Storm Team4 Meteorologist Ryan Miller said.
A winter weather advisory will be in effect from 1 a.m. to 4 a.m. Sunday in D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia, the National Weather Service said. Here's a full list of weather alerts.
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Slippery road conditions are likely, the National Weather Service said.
Saturday will be a great day to get outside. You’ll have mild air all day to enjoy the springlike weather and finish errands but expect more clouds later on.
Latest weather forecast, live radar and weather maps for Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Then, a cold front will drag temperatures down to near freezing, plus bring snow chances lasting through Sunday morning.
Snow Forecast Timing for D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Rain showers are set to develop around 11 p.m., then it will gradually shift to snow.
Snow could be heavy between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. and is expected to move out by lunchtime.
Impacts could continue until Monday morning due to the bitter cold — school delays and closures are possible, Storm Team4 says.
How Much Snow to Expect
An inch or two is possible by the time snow moves out.
In a few spots, up to 4 inches could fall, the National Weather Service said.
Most accumulation would be on grassy areas near D.C., but roads could become slick, forecasters warn.
Super Bowl Sunday and 10-Day Forecast
Get your Super Bowl shopping done early because Sunday will have snow in the morning and be very cold. Highs will max out in the mid- to upper 30s.
Monday will remain cold with temps in the lower 30s amid partly sunny skies. The D.C. area will have highs back in the 40s by Tuesday, then Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be mild with temps in the 50s.