WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Our southern snow storm is out of here, but watch for slick roads south of D.C. through the morning.
The work week will start off cold and dry, so dress warm! High temperatures will top out in the low 40s today through Thursday with overnight lows in the 20s. Some guidance is hinting at a few sprinkles or flurries late Thursday, but our next best chance for wet weather arrives late Friday into the weekend. High temperatures will climb into the low 50s for that time period, so all precipitation will fall in the form of rain.
If model guidance holds true, this could be the system to help push 2018 into the record books for the most annual rainfall since records began back in 1871! We only need 0.56" of rain before December 31st to shatter the previous record set in 1889.
MONDAY: Partly cloudy. Cold.
Winds: N 5-10 mph
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and cold.
Winds: NW 5 mph to calm
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny.
Winds: NW 5-10 mph