Clouds broke across the region this afternoon, allowing temperatures to rise well into the 40s. We will have some snow melt and we will have to watch for some ponding on area roadways.
As of early this morning, a cold front is passing through eastern New York, extending northward into New England and southward into the Mid-Atlantic.
Looks like a general 6-10″ of snow fell from this major winter storm, and it has now changed to freezing rain in the city and plain rain for areas to our south.
Yes, we might break another low temperature record tonight before clouds, and yes, snow arrives tomorrow.
Record cold is expected overnight as we may dip to zero in many areas. If winds really drop off and the skies clear, we could see some areas going several degrees below zero with the snow on the ground.
A frigid airmass is moving in!
On the heels of the biggest snow this year for most of us, we have another shot of arctic air moving this way.
After starting Wednesday with some sunshine, clouds will quickly roll in as an arctic front approaches.
Good evening, well maybe not so good, at least for drivers and school systems!
Snowfall has already made its way into the District.
Brutal cold has invaded the mid-Atlantic. This morning, we tied our record low temperature of 6 degrees set back in 1943, and today’s high only made it to 18 officially at BWI.
Low pressure is rapidly deepening off the coast early this morning, and cold air is rushing into the region.