Tuesday, 18 Dec 2018

Expect a cold weekend when a snow storm passes in the south on Sunday

A helicopter from the US police park flies over the Washington Monument. (John Sonderman / Flickr) DODIT TODAY'S DIARY – HUI 6/10: No major change from Friday, so let's keep the figure for another day. EXPRESS FORECAST Today: Sunny. High: between 40 and 40 years old. Tonight: clouds are rising late. The lowest: between 20 and 20 years old. Tomorrow: Cloudy. Possibility of flurries. High: mid-thirties to nearly 40. This weekend ends much more peaceful than it could have been. In this case, it is a strong and cold pressure that helps to maintain snow accumulation in our south. While we could still see some snowflakes falling from the sky tomorrow, the snow accumulation stays south and we stay mostly cold. See it current weather at the Washington Post headquarters. FORECAST IN DETAIL Today (Saturday): It's a bit of a rehearsal yesterday, but with less wind. This is good news since the wind is not the warmest when it is cold. Under a generally sunny sky, the summits are in the 40 to 40 year zone and the winds are light from the northwest. Confidence: high tonight: The dry air is still present in the area, which means we should see the temperatures drop rapidly tonight. It's another night with downs through the 20's. Some cloud increase may be underway at sunrise. Trust: Medium-High Follow us on Facebook, Twitterand Instagram for the latest updates. To learn more about traffic, check out Gridlock. Keep reading for the forecast until the weekend … Tomorrow (Sunday): The clouds are numerous. It is unlikely that we would see much snow from the storm crossing our south, but some flakes could float lazily at some point, especially south of the city. The main impact of the storm is to keep us on the cold side, with highs mainly in the 30s and 40s. Confidence: Average Tomorrow night: The clouds are decreasing and the flying storm system is dragging a little more cold air in its wake. This should help readings to reach the coldest teenagers in the coldest areas of the north or west, while the rest of the region ranges from about 20 to 25 years old. Confidence: Average Get our daily forecasts on your Amazon Alexa device. Click here to find out how. TO WATCH The sky is rather sunny and the temperatures are slightly warm for Monday. We are talking about afternoon peaks closer to normal, although we are now approaching the coldest part of the year, so that does not mean much. Zone thermometers are mainly in quarantine and quarantine. Confidence: Average Of the same thing Tuesday. The sky continues to be sunnier than ever, while the temperature rises in the 40's and up. Confidence: Average. SNOW POTENTIAL INDEX A daily assessment of the potential of at least 1 inch of snow over the next week, on a scale of 0 to 10. 1/10 (↓): Looking for snow this week- end? Drive south.

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