Washington D.C. Forecast: New day, new warnings and advisories

      Today:Limited AM Sunshine, Cool Highs: Near 40 Wind: NE 5-10 mph Overnight:Cloudy, Sleet, Freezing Rain/Rain Develop Lows: 26-34 Wind: NE 2-5 mph Tomorrow:AM Frz. Rain (Lingering Longer N&W) to Rain, Breezy and Milder, Peeks of PM Sun Highs: Mid to Upper 40s Wind: NW 10-15 mph

      WINTER STORM WARNING is in effect 7PM through Wednesday an 10AM for Howard, Montgomery, MD as well as Loudoun, Northern Fauquier and Rappahannock and points west for up to 1 inch of sleet and possible 1/4 inch of ice. Areas west of this are under the Warning until 1PM and could experience 1 to 2 inches of snow and sleet and one half to a third of an{} inch of ice accumulation. (SEE MAP)

      FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY in effect from 7PM this evening until 6AM Wednesday inside the Beltway for up to 1/10th inch of ice accumulation from freezing rain. (SEE MAP)

      High pressure will allow for some limited morning sunshine before clouds thicken up. Temperatures will remain below average near 40 This evening a complex area of low pressure along a developing warm front will push moisture our way. While this will become mainly be a rain event for the immediate metro area tomorrow, it could begin as a mixture of sleet and freezing rain. Inside the Beltway advisories are posted for up to 1/10th of an inch of ice accumulation before a changeover early tomorrow morning. However, points north and west under the watch could see a prolonged period of sleet and freezing rain. This could lead to an inch or two of sleet and ice accumulations of up to 1/2 inch making for treacherous travel, downed trees and power loss. Skies will clear for the end of the week with continued cool daytime highs in the 30s. Have a great day!

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