Rain and Snow Mix Expected Sunday - NBC4 Washington

Rain and Snow Mix Expected Sunday

The next chance for snow is on Sunday, with several inches possible north and west of D.C.

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    Evening Weather: March 1, 2019

    Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer says rain continues tonight and snow is coming this weekend.

    (Published Friday, March 1, 2019)

    You can see the latest coverage on Sunday's storm system here.

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    Snow and rain made for a messy Friday - and Storm Team4 says another storm system will bring more wintry weather on Sunday.

    A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 a.m. Saturday for counties in Maryland along the Mason-Dixon Line and the I-81 corridor for sleet, snow and freezing rain.

    Rainy Weekend Ahead; 2-5 Inches Snow Possible Sunday

    [DC] Rainy Weekend Ahead; 2-5 Inches Snow Possible Sunday

    Storm Team4 Meteorologist Amelia Draper has your midday forecast for March 1, 2019.

    (Published Friday, March 1, 2019)

    Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer says those areas should expect freezing rain in higher elevations, a coating to 0.2 inches of ice and possibly 1 to 2 inches of snow.

    In the D.C. area, rain will continue into the overnight hours.

    Saturday will be dry, cloudy and less cold with a high temperature of about 50 degrees.

    Snow and rain return Sunday and a winter storm watch is in effect from Sunday morning through Monday morning for Allegany, Frederick and Washington counties in Maryland, Frederick County, Virginia, and parts of West Virginia.

    Storm Team4 says the storm system will bring rain to most of the area, but snow to the north and west of D.C. Areas near Hagerstown can expect 4 to 7 inches of snow. A coating to 2 inches is possible in northern areas of the D.C. metro before it switches to all rain.

    Stay with News4 and NBCWashington.com for updates to this forecast.

     


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