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FROM STORMWATCH7's DEVON LUCIE:
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Partly Cloudy | Cool
Temperatures: 30s & 40s
Winds: South 5 - 10 mph
A Few Clouds | Cold
Lows: 24 - 35
Winds: Northwest 5 - 10 mph
More Sun Northwest of D.C. | More Clouds Southeast of D.C.
Highs: 45 - 53
Winds: Northeast 5 - 10 mph
I hope your Super Bowl Weekend has been going well so far! We broke the stubborn cloud deck late on Saturday and brought in seasonal temperatures in the 40s across the region. Sunday will be marked by a cloud deck that divides the region and leaves the D.C. immediate metro right on the line between sun and clouds. Look for more clouds southeast of D.C. and for more sunshine northwest of Washington and temperatures a bit above the average of 45 with upper 40s to lower 50s.
Now, let's talk about this next snow chance. With the way things are beginning to shape up, don't expect a lot of snow in Washington. The time frame looks to be starting with rain by Monday afternoon and transitioning to snow by Monday night. Snow possible overnight Monday into Tuesday morning and if precipitation is still falling by Tuesday afternoon, a chance the snow melts/mixes with some rain in the immediate Washington Metro. The scenario that looks to be playing out is the area of low pressure at the ground tracking right over our region meaning more snow is likelier north and west of D.C. before the storm intensifies over the Atlantic and bringing a chance of accumulating snow to the Eastern Shore before it lifts away from the Mid-Atlantic.
If I were to talk totals areas that would receive max amounts (think Mason-Dixon Line and Shenandoah Valley) we're talking several inches and nothing nowhere near a foot, while a 'snow hole' could leave nothing to just a few in the immediate D.C. Metro.
Try and catch ABC7 News at 6 PM and 11 PM tonight where I'll show you exactly what we're seeing the storm development and how it will most likely impact you.
Have a great rest of your weekend!
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