Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019

Calm and cold until Saturday, and Sunday's storm remains a joker

Sunset on December 5th. (Tom Mockler via Flickr) DIGIT DAILY TODAY 5/10: Of course, it's sunny and sunny enough, but cold enough to run your nose. EXPRESS FORECAST TODAY: Partly sunny, small breezes. Tops: 39-43 Tonight: Clouds in the evening, clear in the night. Minimum: 27-33 Tomorrow: A lot of sun. Highs: 38-42 Show current weather at the Washington Post headquarters. FORECAST IN DETAIL The current cold wave shows no sign of early departure. Below normal temperatures are expected throughout the weekend and even next week. Aside from cold temperatures, the conditions are pretty serene until Sunday, when the next storm is approaching. The latest model simulations keep a significant amount of snow mainly in our south, but the storm continues to watch us. Get our daily forecasts on your Amazon Alexa device. Click here to find out how. Today (Thursday): Cloudy areas may cross the area on occasion, but there is also plenty of sun. The winds are light from the west. The summits are mainly in the 30s to 40s. Confidence: high tonight: clouds are expected to increase in the evening due to disturbance at altitude, but most snow flurries are expected to disappear in the east of the mountains . The sky is released gradually later in the night. The light westerly winds persist. Stockings fall in the top 20 to 30. Trust: High Follow us on Facebook, Twitterand Instagram for the latest updates. To learn more about traffic, check out Gridlock. Keep reading for the forecast throughout the weekend … Tomorrow (Friday): Lots of sunshine all day, but the sun is as low in the sky as it does and does not make the weight face the cold air. The highs remain unusually cold in the 30's to 40's, while the northwest winds remain light. Confidence: high Tomorrow night: The night, usually clear and cold, makes the stars twinkle, but it is chilly. Lows go back to the 20's. Confidence: High TO SURVEY Saturday starts with the same thing; a lot of sun but a lot of cold air to match. Clouds, at least high level, increase in the afternoon. The highs are no better than those in the 30s to 40s, so collect them if you decorate or shop. The clouds gradually thicken during the night. The lows are mainly in the 20 to 25 years old. Confidence: medium high A cloudy sky is a safe bet on Sunday, with highs mainly between 30 and 30 years old. When the snow falls on these clouds, it's another matter. For the moment, it seems that the development of snow flurries could take until evening. The best chance for snow accumulation is probably overnight, but it may stay in our south. The stockings fall from mid-twenties to the bottom of their thirties. Confidence: Low Monday can start with light snow, but all flakes should disappear in the afternoon as the storm moves away. Highs are in the 30s. Confidence: Low INDEX OF SNOW POTENTIAL A daily assessment of the potential of at least 1 inch of snow in the coming week, on a scale of 0 to 10. 3/10 (→ ): So close but so far; most models are not willing to bring the Sunday storm far enough north for more than a dust. But changes are always possible.

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