After snow and frigid temperatures on Saturday and a chilly Sunday, mild weather is on the way. Storm Team4 is tracking a warming trend.
Temperatures will climb in the days ahead, bringing sunshine and a high of 60° on Monday, and we should hit 72° late in the week, Storm Team4 Meteorologist Chuck Bell said.
10-Day Forecast for DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia
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We’re looking at high temps around 60° on Monday, in the mid- to high 60s Tuesday through Thursday, and then climbing up to about 72° on Friday.
So far, it looks like we’ll have high temps around 70° next weekend. Rain showers are possible Saturday.
How Much Snow Fell Saturday in DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia?
Wet snow and strong winds knocked out power in parts of the region last Saturday. Transportation officials warned drivers to stay off the roads if possible.
Here’s how much snow was reported to the National Weather Service as of Saturday evening.
- D.C., National Zoo: 2.3 inches
- Baltimore-Washington International Airport: 0.4 inches
- Dulles International Airport: 3.5 inches
- Reagan National Airport: 0.8 inches
- Columbia, Maryland: 2 inches
- Damascus, Maryland: 4.4 inches
- Fairfax, Virginia: 3.5 inches
- Gaithersburg, Maryland: 2.5 inches
- Glenn Dale, Maryland: 1.5 inches
- Herndon, Virginia: 2 inches
- Leesburg, Virginia: 2.3 inches
- Manassas Park, Virginia: 2.5 inches
- Montgomery Village, Maryland: 2 inches
- Reston, Virginia: 3 inches
- Rosslyn, Arlington, Virginia: 1.2 inches
- Thurmont, Maryland: 5.8 inches