Sunday, February 14, 2010

Weather Report For Washington DC and Photos of DC

Tomorrow (President's Day): Morning skies become overcast as an Alberta Clipper moves in from the west. Light-to-moderate snow should start between late morning and early afternoon -- possibly mixing with some rain and sleet, primarily from the District toward points south and east -- and may continue into the evening. Highs in the mid-30s fall back to around freezing once the precipitation gets going. Confidence: Medium

Tomorrow Night: Snow tapers during the evening or overnight. Lows drop to the mid-to-upper 20s with an increasing breeze from the west. Confidence: Medium

Accumulations: At the moment we expect total snow accumulations in the range of 1 to 4 inches, with the highest amounts north and west of D.C. and lowest amounts south and east. So far we don't see much potential for a storm the likes of our last two. Check back with us late this afternoon for a snow update and accumulation map. Confidence: Medium