WASHINGTON (ABC7) — As we get closer to the beginning of winter, the need to bring up the "S"-word is increasing quickly. A lot of focus has been put on the potential weekend storm, but I don't want to overlook Wednesday's possibility of wintry weather.
Most of the heavy snow showers and the moisture will get stopped and blocked by the mountains. However, there will be pockets of strong lift and energy in the atmosphere pushing through tomorrow. This energy could allow a few small, but heavy, snow showers to push east closer to D.C.
Under any of these snow showers, conditions will change quickly! We will have to be extra cautious, especially during the late afternoon and early evening. Slick conditions could quickly materialize. This would be more likely farther west toward I-81 and 340.
We have relatively quiet weather from Thursday through Saturday as we look ahead to the next storm system.
There are still a lot of unknowns with this storm as the pieces still churn in the Pacific Ocean. Here is the latest from Bill Kelly: