* Consultative Winter Weather along and to the west of the Interstate Network 95 from 19:00. Sunday before 10:00 pm | School delays *
- After snow coverage, most places moved to wet snow and rain. (In the northern part of Maryland, snow can continue as a dominant type until time passes.) This winter mix will make for a journey at night, especially on rough roads and sidewalks. Pedestrians and motorists should be careful.
- For travel on Monday morning, mixed sediments and sophisticated roads are most likely north and west of Washington's center. From the center of the city to the south and east, the air temperature rising above the freezing point should provide mostly rain and humid roads.
1:35 pm – The winter mix falls in most areas.
The snow mixed line has risen to the north to Columbia, Mass., Now (and should continue to slowly migrate to the north). Today, the snow is mostly confined to the north of the interstate 70, with the southern winter combination.
For most of Washington, the snowy part of this event is over, and we now have rain with wet snow and frosty rain. the rest of the night Some of our more populous places, mainly from the center of the city to the southeast, can see a change in rainfall on plain rain. Green is rain. Pink is a winter mix. Blue is snow. (PivotalWeather.com)
During the night and in the morning commute, we expect the most widespread slippery conditions in our colder areas west and northwest of Beltway but graceful places are still certain in the immediate metro area taking into account the temperature right around the freezing and fictitious frozen precipitation. Our most worry concerns sidewalks, underwater roads, car parks and neighboring roads.
This is the last update this evening. Scroll down for forecasting tomorrow. Check back at 5:00 PM Monday for our next detailed forecast update.
10:55 pm – Snow has changed to wet snow and freezing from the southern region
Snow has fallen sharply for some time in the immediate metro area, but the snow mix line has jumped north (faster than the models predicted), and Many areas of the southern strip are now changed to wet snow and freezing rain. This means that the accumulation of snow may be mostly finished, but we will have to deal with a dense layer of wet rain on the top of the fallen slushy snow. The sides of the road and sidewalks will be the main areas of concern.
22:15 – Snow is coming down strongly and rapidly, certain spots develop
After in the last hour the snow began, the intensity quickly gained momentum. This made it possible to quickly lower the temperature to a close freezing point, and snow cover the grassy areas and even the whole sidewalks and adjacent roads. So far, the main roads are kept in order. Be careful if you travel.
Near-range and radar models indicate that snow should fall steadily for at least another two to three hours, but probably not as much as this discovery. In spite of this, some areas can see an overall amount in excess of an inch that goes into the boom area. At the same time, we need to observe the areas of wet snow and rain (with the exception of rain, where the temperature is below 32) to the south, which should rise to the north over time and limit how much snow can accumulate during the night – except for the northern ones.
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9:30 pm – Snow quickly exceeds the immediate metro area
Over the past 15-20 minutes, we received a flurry of reports of snow from the county to the west. And it will not take much time for the snow to start falling with a fairly fast clip.
We received reports of falling snow in Arlington, Burke, Alexandria, Vienna, Fairfax, parts of the Montgomery County and even in South Myrland.
The next hour, snow should begin to fall even in our eastern regions.
The snow is first adhered to the mulch, the top of the car and the grassy areas, and then, soon enough, can begin to cover the untreated surfaces. So be careful while walking and riding.
8:25 pm – Developing snow in our far western regions
Radar shows snow developing in the western part of our region from Frederick and Lisburg and west through the corridor Interstate 81. We received reports about light snow in Winchester, as well as Round Hill and Purcellville in the western Loudoun district.
This snow should begin to spread east to Montgomery, East Loudoun and Fairfax districts over the following hour.
Detailed forecast from 6:30 pm
. The zones of battle between warm and cold air will significantly divide the area of the DC, as well as several rounds of precipitation. This means that we are in a general gamut: snow, wet snow, frosty rain and just rain. Expect more of the former Sunday night, which, despite the lack of much accumulation, still creates slippery conditions on the roadways arriving Monday morning
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Sunday Night: It remains gloomy for the next few hours before light rain begins between 8 and 11 hours. Expecting light snow at the beginning of precipitation, despite the temperature limits in the range of 32-36 degrees. The snow should switch to wet snow / frosty rain / rain blast after midnight, from the location of the DK and to the south / south-east experiencing the transition initially, and places north / northwest hanging on the light snow for the longest.
The cluster snow / wet ice / ice should be mostly limited to the grassy surface around the direct current, as the temperature of the roads should remain largely high enough to avoid significant accumulation. In our colder areas, unfinished roads and sidewalks have the best becoming sophisticated and icy and pedestrians and motorists should take caution. The moon will end on both sides of 32 degrees, depending on the location, with light winds from the south-east.