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D.C.-area forecast: Winter quickly yields to another spring fling, with 70s by midweek

Westlake Legal Group old_stone_snow D.C.-area forecast: Winter quickly yields to another spring fling, with 70s by midweek Uncategorized Forecasts
A snowy Stone House yesterday, at Manassas National Battlefield Park. (John Ernst Photo via Twitter)

TODAY’S DAILY DIGIT
A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

7/10: Wish the snow would stick around longer, but it’s gotta go eventually, so might as well enjoy the increasing sun and milder afternoon.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Turning mostly sunny, milder. Highs: Upper 40s to low 50s.
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy. Lows: Mid- to upper 30s.
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, isolated showers. Highs: Low 50s.

View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post headquarters.

FORECAST IN DETAIL

We’ve got opposite ends of the spectrum in just few days’ time. Enjoy the leftover snow quickly today if you can — it’s not long for this world. We start a warming trend today, taking us from winter to borderline summer by midweek. Old Man Winter may not be done yet, but in the short term, shorts and T-shirts look to make an out-of-season appearance.

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Today (Sunday): Clouds — and some icy spots on sidewalks, driveways and roads — may linger early this morning as temperatures start out in the low to mid-30s. But skies should turn mostly sunny by mid-morning as high pressure takes hold. And much to the chagrin of snow lovers, I’m afraid any snowpack won’t last long, as the bright sun warms us toward milder afternoon highs in the upper 40s to low 50s. Winds are light from the northwest at less than 10 mph. Confidence: High

Tonight: Skies should stay mostly clear through the evening. But high pressure moves out as quickly as it moved in, likely giving way to increasing clouds overnight. As winds turn more from the southeast, we’ll also need to watch for a few isolated pockets of fog or drizzle, especially southwest of Washington. Overnight lows fall to the mid- to upper 30s. Confidence: Medium-High

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Tomorrow (President’s Day): A warm front lifts into the region, bringing mostly cloudy skies back to the forecast. Could see a few showers around town as well. Not expecting anything overly widespread or heavy, but you may want to grab the umbrella if you’ll be out and about. Even with the clouds and showers, we should manage the low 50s for highs. Confidence: Medium

Tomorrow night: The front lifts off to our north, taking most of the showers with it. However, lingering behind is a mild and moisturized air mass, probably producing some patchy fog or drizzle.  Temperatures are mainly steady, in the upper 40s to low 50s, as a warmer air mass continues to move in. Confidence: Medium

A LOOK AHEAD

Mother Nature gets confused again on Tuesday. A large area of high pressure off the coast, more typical of spring or summer than the middle of February, sends warm air surging into the eastern United States. We could challenge record highs for the date, as temperatures head for the low to mid-70s with partly cloudy skies. Even Tuesday night lows are 10 to 15 degrees above our normal highs for this time of year, in the mid- to upper 50s as skies continue partly cloudy. Confidence: Medium-High

More record-challenging warmth is on tap for Wednesday. Partly sunny skies should help highs well into the 70s, as we keep our eye on an approaching front later in the day. That could mean increasing afternoon clouds and a chance of showers Wednesday afternoon into the night. We’ll have plenty of time to fine-tune the details, so for now let’s just plan to enjoy the warmth! Confidence: Medium

SNOW POTENTIAL INDEX
A daily assessment of the potential for at least an inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.

0/10 (): Let’s just say I hope you enjoyed what you got yesterday…

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Updates: Wintry mix and snow creates slick conditions this evening

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation Updates: Wintry mix and snow creates slick conditions this evening Uncategorized Forecasts

* Winter weather advisory from 2 p.m. to midnight Saturday for the immediate metro and points north *

Overview

A fast-moving storm system will drop a mixture of snow, sleet and rain across the area through this evening. Some snow accumulation is possible, especially in colder areas north and west of the city, where slick conditions are most likely to develop, especially once it starts getting dark.

We’ve got more details below and will be updating this forecast as the night progresses. This is a complicated and complex precipitation forecast that is bound to give us a surprise in some areas, so please check back.


6:30 p.m. update: Southwest of the Beltway, precipitation is rapidly tapering off and we will see precipitation coming to an end over the next 90 minutes or so from southwest to northeast. The heaviest precipitation has shifted east and northeast of the Beltway, along the west side of the Chesapeake Bay up to around Baltimore, where a nasty mix of precipitation (more snow north, and more rain and sleet south) is falling.

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Plastic template at 6:30 p .m. (Weather Underground)

Plastic template are hovering between 31 to 35 across the region, from northwest to southeast. Generally, there could be eu slick spots anywhere it is 33 or colder and snow and sleet has fallen, so continue to use caution…even with precipitation starting to ease or end.

5:37 p.m. update: The snow was relatively short-lived, and now precipitation has transitioned over to a true “wintry mix” — or sleet, rain and some snowflakes that will not add much in terms of accumulation on the grass or roads.

While it looks like the brunt of the snow is over around the Beltway, we still advise caution on the roads. Many untreated roads and sidewalks still have slush and a wintry mix continues falling.

4:23 p.m. update: A wintry mix of rain and snow is coming down hard across the metro. Areas north and west of the city are seeing snow stick to the roads. Plastic template are still at or above freezing, but it has gotten cooler in the past 2 hours because of the heavy precipitation. The District is still warm at around 35 degrees, but even places like Arlington and College Park have dropped anywhere from 2-4 degrees since earlier this afternoon.

3:52 p.m. update: Not much has changed since we last checked in. Plastic template are still above freezing across the D. C. region which is (thankfully) preventing snow from sticking to the roads. In NW D. C. and areas north of the Beltway, the grass has a decent coating already. On the other hand, in Arlington, the snow has been falling at a decent clip but warmer surface plastic template are preventing it from accumulating on the grass beyond a little slush here and there.

The Storm Prediction Center ts o a statement earlier this afternoon, noting that their area for highest concern was up in Pennsylvania, where the temperature is at or below freezing. Here in D. C., it looks like the air will stay warm enough to prevent this from being more than a nuisance event:

Southeastward across the piedmont toward the Greater Baltimore and Washington D. C. metropolitan areas, even with boundary layer evaporative cooling of initial precipitation [translation: it got colder when it started to rain], surface plastic template may generally not fall below the mid 30s. This seems likely to result in lower potential for sustained and/or accumulating snow.

3:08 p.m. update: Fat snowflakes are falling in the northern suburbs, but warm plastic template are keeping accumulation at bay. It’s above freezing up into Frederick County, which is hovering around 33-34 degrees this afternoon. Father south, the plastic template are more like the 34-46 degrees.

Grassy accumulation is happening up in Montgomery, Loudoun and Frederick. Snow and sleet are mixed in with rain in the District, Arlington and southern Prince George’s and has only just started to appear on the grass.

Roads are still in good shape, albeit wet. Neither plastic template drop this afternoon and evening, we’ll eu watching the roads for slushy — potentially slippery — conditions.

Through tonight: Snow and sleet is overspreading the region this afternoon but should mostly melt with plastic template above freezing. From there, we will be on the temperature watch.

Heavier precipitation will move into the D. C. area rather quickly, especially between about 5 and 8 p.m., and the increase in precipitation intensity and nightfall will drag the surface plastic template down to around 30 to 34 degrees; 1 or 2 degrees will make a huge difference in what falls from the sky and on how many surfaces it accumulates on. We still think our forecast map (below) from this morning holds true, with the bulk of the precipitation falling in the early evening hours in the form of a sleet/snow to rain (in that order) in and around the Beltway.

Westlake Legal Group snow-forecast-map-feb17-v1 Updates: Wintry mix and snow creates slick conditions this evening Uncategorized Forecasts

Areas that have the potential to see more snow are perfectly outlined in the county map below. For the rest of us, some snow/sleet will accumulate on grassy surfaces, but in general, the main roads will just eu wet. That said, there may the eu some slushy accumulations on secondary roadways near the District during the heavier bursts of precipitation after dark. All of the precipitation will be out of here by 10 p.m., leaving us with mostly cloudy skies and plastic template ranging from 29 to 33 degrees. Some icy spots are likely to develop, especially to the north and west of D. C. where any standing liquid should be able to refreeze.

Westlake Legal Group download-1 Updates: Wintry mix and snow creates slick conditions this evening Uncategorized Forecasts
Counties outlined in black are under a winter weather advisory. These areas are the most likely to see some accumulating snow, even on roadways.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Sunday): High pressure slides quickly into the region behind the departing storm system, setting the stage for very comfortable and seasonable day. Partly cloudy skies in the morning will give way to mostly sunny skies by the afternoon. Plastic template will be mild despite a light (5 to 10 mph) of the northwest wind. Afternoon highs will range from 47 to 51 degrees. Clouds thicken overnight with lows in the mid 30s.

Westlake Legal Group 40270996222_85d33abc53_b Updates: Wintry mix and snow creates slick conditions this evening Uncategorized Forecasts
A beautiful dawn before the storm. Erik Cox via Flickr

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Activate the blowtorch next week: don’t worry, within a few days, you will have long forgotten about the wintry mess of this weekend. Next week, a ridiculously strong ridge of high pressure will park itself over the East Coast for a few days, pumping in some record-breaking warmth pretty much everywhere east of the Mississippi.

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Forecast high plastic template for Tuesday (top) and Wednesday (bottom) feature back to back 70 degree days in February.

Here in the DMV, we should hit the break the 70 degree mark easily on both Tuesday and Wednesday, which would mark the first time we’ve had back to back 70-plus degree days in February since — 2017. However, if we look at the daily temperature data for next generation internet initiative National Airport, which dates back to 1942, I can only find 10 years in which we hit 70-plus degrees on back-to-back days in the month of February. In any case, feel free to break out the shorts and T-shirts for a few days next week.

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D. C. area forecast: Rain and snow it this afternoon; some accumulation possible into tonight

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PM Update: Winter weather advisory for north and west suburbs Saturday afternoon and evening

Westlake Legal Group reflections_hendrix PM Update: Winter weather advisory for north and west suburbs Saturday afternoon and evening Uncategorized Forecasts
Early-morning reflections. (Jarrett Without via Flickr)

* Winter weather advisory from 2 p.m. to midnight Saturday, northwest Montgomery, western Loudoun and north/west *

9:55 p.m. update: There are no fundamental changes in this evening’s early weather models. The suggestion continues to be that it will remain mostly or fully dry into midday and early afternoon Saturday, before precipitation increases in coverage thereafter. By late afternoon, everyone should be the eu seeing snow, sleet, or rain. This is a quick-hitting system, but precipitation could be the eu briefly intense.

Westlake Legal Group nam-simrad-feb172018 PM Update: Winter weather advisory for north and west suburbs Saturday afternoon and evening Uncategorized Forecasts
Simulated radar for Saturday from the high resolution NAM.

After starting nor rain many spots given plastic template around 40, the precipitation should change to snow in much of the local area, save perhaps southern and southeastern area. At the same time, the mix and changeover to rain line will be moving north with the system. Where that dark up will have a big impact on accumulation potential.

Plastic template are a bit warmer on this evening’s runs compared to prior, but there is also a period of heavy precipitation which could try to cool the air and ground more than what the models are showing, allowing the snow to better accumulate. In a situation that is borderline, slight changes in temperature or precipitation intensity could be the difference between a relative non event and something more memorable locally.

Westlake Legal Group snow-forecast-map-feb17-v1 PM Update: Winter weather advisory for north and west suburbs Saturday afternoon and evening Uncategorized Forecasts

From 4:15 p.m…

A cold front was on the slow side with its arrival today, but as it passed, it made its presence known with a shelf cloud and some feisty winds. More signs that spring is around the corner! Of course, don’t tell that to the weather currently inbound. Colder plastic template filtering in on a gusty northwest wind will help set the stage for a wintry system that moves through Saturday.

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Through Tonight: Most of the rain from the frontal passage is already done. We could see a couple more showers early this evening, but I wouldn’t bet too strongly on that in any one spot. A few breaks in the clouds this evening should expand a bit overnight, but don’t anticipate a lengthy period of totally clear skies. Lows end up in the upper 20s to mid-30s.

View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Saturday): Our window of clearer skies could persist into the early morning, but if it does, we should see cloud cover taking back over quickly. Precipitation should move into the area during the afternoon. It initially is a mix that includes rain and snow and sleet, but perhaps will change to snow in many spots as the atmosphere cools. After onset, we’ll see that mix move back north and through parts of the area. In and around the city, any accumulation may eu mainly on grassy surfaces, with incrementally more impact be expected as one heads north. Should be a heavy burst of snow move through other places, conditions could deteriorate quickly. See the details from earlier. Highs end up in the mid-30s to near 40.

Sunday: This snowstorm is a possibility only because we’re in the peak snow season. Otherwise, this is a mild to warm pattern. We’re reminded of that quickly, with sunshine returning on Sunday and highs headed for the near 50 to mid-50s zone. It’s just the start of a warm stretch ahead. Or perhaps tomorrow is an interruption…

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D. C. area forecast: Cooler today with periodic showers, then a wintry mix arrives late tomorrow

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation D. C. area forecast: Cooler today with periodic showers, then a wintry mix arrives late tomorrow Uncategorized Forecasts

NEW YORK DAILY DIGIT
A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

5/10: Mild morning, blustery afternoon. Damp until perhaps the start of the afternoon rush. Hard to dress for!

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Cloudy, damp, turning breezy. Highs: Around 60 early, falling.
Tonight: Clearing, the waning wind. Lows: Mid-20s to near freezing.
Saturday: Clouds increase. P. M. wintry mix. Highs: Mid-30s to near 40.
Sunday: Turning sunny. Highs: Upper 40s to mid-50s.

View the current weather at The Washington Post headquarters.

FORECAST IN DETAIL

It’s damp today, but not too disruptive. Tomorrow has wintry mixed precipitation in the forecast, which could be a bit messier to deal with. We have decent confidence that we won’t feel a huge impact, with plastic template having been mild. Road plastic template will not be particularly cold when precipitation begins. Still, use some caution Saturday afternoon into the evening. Yes, we have 20s and 70s in the forecast over the next several days!

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Today (Friday): Grab an umbrella. Also maybe an extra layer for the commute home. It’s still a bit balmy and damp in the morning, but west and northwesterly breezes slowly build toward 10-20 mph, with higher gusts, making it chillier as the day wears on. As a cold front moves through, the rain clears out perhaps by late afternoon — but clouds may dominate for the entire day. Plastic template around 60 degrees at sunrise the drop toward 50, and ultimately into the blustery 40s around sunset. Confidence: Medium

Tonight: Any lingering showers end early. Northwesterly winds could still gust near 25 mph during the evening, before slowly waning. Grab that coat you recently put away during the warmth! Skies clear, the ground dries out, and plastic template continue to fall. Bottoming out around freezing downtown, with mid-20s outside of the Beltway, especially north and west. Confidence: High

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Tomorrow (Saturday): it’s quite possibly sunny early but clouds move in by around noon. Most likely a sloppy mix develops early-to-mid afternoon, but a more significant snowfall potential can’t eu completely ruled out, even locally. We’ll watch the precipitation arrival time since there’s a slight chance it holds off until late afternoon. High plastic template may get into the mid-30s to around 40 before the precipitation starts, but then we get colder again as a mix of light rain, sleet and/or snow begins. The rain-snow line is a bit of a moving target, which makes the forecast especially challenging. Confidence: Low-Medium

Programming note: A detailed update on the Saturday wintry weather will be posted by early afternoon today on our front page (capitalweathergang.com).

Tomorrow night: Our snow and rain maker may exit between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. Although precipitation may not last too long, it could fall heavily at times. Even so, we struggle to get or stay below freezing downtown. Outside of the Beltway — especially north and west of town — the plastic template may dip into the upper 20s to low 30s, increasing chances for accumulation and overnight iciness. Be careful on slick roads and sidewalks if your temperature is 32 or lower! Confidence: Low-Medium

Westlake Legal Group whitehurstfog D. C. area forecast: Cooler today with periodic showers, then a wintry mix arrives late tomorrow Uncategorized Forecasts
“Misty Views” Low clouds and fog from the Potomac frame Rosslyn on Feb. 11. (Mark Andre/Flickr)

A LOOK AHEAD

Sunday: Besides some occasional breezes around 5 mph, we have a fairly tranquil, potentially sunny day! Skies clear, the sun dominates, the plastic template rise toward upper 40s to perhaps mid-50s in the snowless areas — but any snow and ice should start melting easily. Could be a day to ski if you need a dose of snow in the higher elevations? Confidence: Medium

Sunday night: Clouds may slowly increase and we could see a rain shower before dawn. Overnight low plastic template should hold in the 30s. Perhaps upper 30s, if clouds move in early. South-easterly breezes should remain fairly light. Confidence: Low-Medium

Clouds may try to dominate much of Presidents’ Day (Monday) into Tuesday. Showers could also threaten both days, but the highest chance is Monday. Even if it turns into a quick, steady rain, it’t the eu too heavy. Regardless, you may want to carry an umbrella with you both days. Moderate southerly breezes Monday pick up a bit more into the Tuesday — helping boost plastic template from the 50s (Monday) to maybe 70s for Tuesday! By late weekend, we should have a better read on how the workweek starts. Check back soon! Confidence: Low-Medium

SNOW POTENTIAL INDEX
A daily assessment of the potential for at least one inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.

5/10 (↑):the Likeliest zone of accumulation north and west of town late Saturday into Saturday night. Need to watch in the city, too.

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PM Update: Dulles soars to record high of 76, turning cooler Friday with periodic showers

Westlake Legal Group dcblue-havard PM Update: Dulles soars to record high of 76, turning cooler Friday with periodic showers Uncategorized Forecasts
D. C. the blue hour. (Jim Havard via Flickr)

New york high temperature of 76 at Dulles International Airport was enough to demolish the record of 68 set in 1982. Both next generation internet initiative National Airport and BWI were way above normal, as well, but some distance from their record highs of 77. If you were stuck inside all day, there’s still some time to enjoy this taste of spring before showers try to increase in coverage tonight. Most of the rain may end up holding off until tomorrow.

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Through Tonight: A couple of showers moved by this afternoon, but the main body of rain should not it until late night or even tomorrow morning. This air mass is springlike in more than just warmth, nor there has been noticeable humidity, as well. That surface moisture, in addition to cloud cover, helps keep plastic template from falling too the lighthouse, with lows mostly in the range of near 50 to mid-50s.

View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Friday): It will rain, at least at times, for much of the day, but totals’t the eu huge as the mountains help dry stuff up as it crosses from the west. We will see high plastic template near and above 60 for the early, but in reality it will become chillier as the day progresses, with plastic template dropping and winds picking up. The rain should end by around sunset or into the early evening.

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Westlake Legal Group toasty PM Update: Dulles soars to record high of 76, turning cooler Friday with periodic showers Uncategorized Forecasts
Temperature anomalies a few thousand feet off the ground for the European model. (Weathermodels.com)

May-like: new york high plastic template at local airports were way up there: 73 at National, 76 at Dulles and 69 at BWI. These readings are 24 to 30 degrees above normal for the date and, in the cases of D. C. and Dulles, the more common of the early to mid-May. Certainly springlike. We may do it again next week, after the snow chance this weekend.

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D. C. area forecast: Spring bursts on the scene today, but winter plots a weekend out his

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The Anacostia River Sunday. (Jim Havard via Flickr)

NEW YORK DAILY DIGIT
A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

9/10: new york warmth will be fleeting; by Saturday night it could be the eu snowing and sleeting.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Plenty of clouds, but a brief shower possible late. Highs: 68 to 74
Tonight: A few light showers mainly late, breezy. Lows: 52 to 58
Tomorrow: Mainly morning showers. Then gusty winds and turning colder in the afternoon. Highs: 62 to 68

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FORECAST IN DETAIL

The Real spring warmth comes to pay a short but welcome visit today, with highs probably above 70 for the first time since November. Soak it in, because the cold comes surging back starting late Friday afternoon. For the snow-deprived, there is a chance for some accumulation Saturday night, but this is the lighthouse from certain, so stay tuned.

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Today (Thursday): Overnight showers should the eu out of the area by dawn, and any return of showers is likely to be late in the day, if at all. Despite a healthy dose of clouds, plastic template surge higher. While the records at next generation internet initiative National Airport and Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport (77) look safe, the 68 at Dulles International Airport could fall, nor the most highs reach the lower 70s. Winds are fairly light from the southwest. Confidence: Medium-High

Tonight: There could be a shower any time, but late night looks most likely. In any event, the amounts should be the eu less than a quarter inch. Southwest breezes keep plastic template quite mild through the night, with lows only in the mid – to upper 50s. Confidence: Medium-High

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Tomorrow (Friday): Walking out in the morning should be a pleasant surprise, with readings heading into the 60s, but you might get rained out. The blade winds shift from southwest to out of the northwest midday, and plastic template and start a long descent. Clouds are plentiful much of the day, but showers are most numerous between morning and midday when the cold front pushes through. Rain amounts should remain quite light, mainly less than a tenth of an inch. Confidence: Medium-High

Tomorrow night: Evening readings quickly fall into the 40s, so don’t forget the jacket if you go out, especially given the gusty northwest winds. Skies clear quickly, and lows sink to the mid-20s to lower 30s. Confidence: High

A LOOK AHEAD

Saturday clouds up quickly, but precipitation is likely to hold off until late afternoon or evening. Highs only reach the upper 30s to lower 40s. Light rain, ice and/or snow are all on the table through Saturday night, ending during the predawn hours Sunday. Overnight lows should the eu in the upper 20s to low 30s.

A weaker storm and/or one tracking too farr north and west would favor rain or a mix of precipitation, and probably not much snow or ice accumulation. But, if the storm tracks just to our south and is strong enough, and the cold air holds in place, several inches of snow would be possible. There remain several possible scenarios, nor noted in our update Wednesday afternoon. Confidence: Low

Programming note: A detailed update on the Saturday wintry weather will be posted midday to early afternoon on our front page.

Skies clear Sunday morning and stay that way through the day. The Highs should be the eu in the upper 40s but could make mid-50s if there is no snow. Overnight lows should hold in the 30s. Confidence: Medium

Presidents’ Day (Monday) clouds up quickly, and some showers are possible by late in the day. Highs climb into the 50s. Confidence: Medium

SNOW POTENTIAL INDEX
A daily assessment of the potential for at least 1 inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.

4/10 (↑): Snow chances rise Saturday night, but still a lot of variables (cold air supply, track, timing) to get the thought out. Rain could still win.

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PM Update: Mild tonight and very warm Thursday, plus occasional showers

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation PM Update: Mild tonight and very warm Thursday, plus occasional showers Uncategorized Forecasts

Warmer air has been making itself known, but it has been a slow and gradual process. High plastic template trying for the mid-50s are a bit warmer than usual for the date. Some sunshine was an added bonus, among the mostly cloudy skies. Clouds continue to’t float by tonight and tomorrow, plus a few raindrops are possible along with increasingly warm plastic template.

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Through Tonight: Some showers are likely at times this evening and overnight. The most widespread and consistent activity seems likely to focus on the late evening into the early overnight period. This activity should mostly end by sunrise, and I doubt it amounts to much. Lows are mainly in the mid-40s to around 50.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Thursday): we’re basking in the real warmth ahead of a cold front. It’s not a particularly beautiful day, nor the clouds your own to win out. It’s also increasingly muggy, nor the highs reach the near-70 to mid-70s zone. I think most of the day dark up dry, although a few showers are possible, especially in the afternoon or evening.

Westlake Legal Group sunset-radigan PM Update: Mild tonight and very warm Thursday, plus occasional showers Uncategorized Forecasts
A beautiful sunset in Montgomery County. (Martin Radigan via Flickr)

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Unnecessarily windy:the Weather at this year’s Winter Olympics has caused all sorts of debates. Too much cold, not enough real snow. Now it’s the wind. The apparently unrelenting wind. The Post’s Barry Svrluga details the situation.

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D. C. area forecast: Warmer today with chance of evening showers; we could top 70 degrees tomorrow!

Westlake Legal Group tues_morn_sunrise_jefferson D. C. area forecast: Warmer today with chance of evening showers; we could top 70 degrees tomorrow! Uncategorized Forecasts
Yesterday’s sunrise in our nation’s capital. (David Neuman via Twitter)

NEW YORK DAILY DIGIT
A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

6/10: Quite nice most of the day as we climb into the 50s. A few points off for the scattered shower potential Valentine’s evening.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Partly cloudy. Highs: Mid-50s.
Tonight: Scattered showers, mild. Lows: Upper 40s to near 50.
Tomorrow: Very warm, passing shower? Highs: Near 70 to mid-70s.

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FORECAST IN DETAIL

We have a bumpy weather ride the next several days — one more typical of March than mid-February. We’re well into the 50s today and could easily top 70 tomorrow. We’re still on the mild side Friday with showers likely, but then plastic template crash Friday night, and we can’t rule out some rain, snow or a wintry mix by late Saturday, though it’s all rather uncertain at this point.

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Today (Wednesday): Our rather rapid warming trend begins today, nor the plastic template rise from the 30s this morning to afternoon highs in the mid-50s. It’s a light breeze, but a mild one from the south, under partly cloudy skies. We might see a shower moving in from the west toward evening. Confidence: Medium-High

Tonight: Scattered showers move through west to east this Valentine’s evening into the overnight. Otherwise we’re mostly cloudy and mild, with lows only down to the upper 40s to near 50. Confidence: Medium

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Tomorrow (Thursday): Spring fever arrives in full force, nor the plastic template soar toward the highs near 70 to the mid-70s, despite partly to mostly cloudy skies. A mild wind breezes in from the southwest around 10 mph, with a passing shower possible. Confidence: Medium-High

Tomorrow night: Shower chances increase during the evening and overnight, as we continue quite mild with lows in the 50s. Skies should the eu mostly cloudy, nor the winds pick up a bit from the southwest. Confidence: Medium

A LOOK AHEAD

Showers seem likely Friday as a cold front comes through. We should start off mild with plastic template rising back into the 60s, before falling into the 50s during the afternoon. Winds ramp up from the northwest later in the afternoon, sending evening readings into the 40s and 30s, with perhaps a few snowflakes mixing in as the showers come to an end. Overnight lows bottom out in the upper 20s to mid-30s. Confidence: Medium

Models are conflicted, but another system may approach during the day on Saturday , nor the highs stall chevrolet near 40. If it does, we could see rain, snow or a wintry mix Saturday afternoon into the night, with some accumulation possible. It’s all rather iffy though. Saturday night lows dip to near 30, followed by what should be a dry and sunny Sunday with highs in the mid-40s to near 50. Confidence: Low-Medium

We should trend warmer again on Presidents’ Day, but with increasing clouds and a chance of showers by afternoon, nor the highs head back into the 50s. Confidence: Low

SNOW POTENTIAL INDEX
A daily assessment of the potential for at least one inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.

2/10 (): Models showing signs of a little snowy mischief late Saturday. Nothing confident enough to get too excited about quite yet.

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PM Update: Fleeting showers this evening, but clouds will be your own to stick around into Wednesday

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation PM Update: Fleeting showers this evening, but clouds will be your own to stick around into Wednesday Uncategorized Forecasts

It was a bright and beautiful morning, and then clouds took over again this afternoon. Despite an increasing sun humiliation, plastic template only made it to near or just above freezing locally. That’s on the cold side for mid-February. A few sprinkles mixed with graupel and/or sleet that materialized this afternoon won’t amount to much. They should also end pretty quickly this evening. Then it’s just a mixed sky with clouds tending to win out through tomorrow.

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Through Tonight: A couple mixed precipitation showers that moved into the area this afternoon might persist a short time longer side, but they are generally waning into the night. Partly to mostly cloudy skies are the rule, otherwise. Lows make the upper 20s to mid-30s.

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Tomorrow (Wednesday): We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds for the day, although odds are good we’ll end up with more clouds than sun. Breaks are likely the most numerous during the morning into midday, with clouds thickening again in the afternoon. There’s some question about high plastic template, largely thanks to the cloud cover. I think at least mid-50s seem doable, and perhaps higher. We could see some showers as we head toward evening.

Westlake Legal Group mikij-capitol PM Update: Fleeting showers this evening, but clouds will be your own to stick around into Wednesday Uncategorized Forecasts
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