Cool air sticks around for Friday...
Arctic high pressure builds in behind the storm system through Friday and ushering in very cold air. The high will then settle.
Snow showers will continue throughout Thursday morning and some spots could see anywhere from 4"-8" of snow.
Rain will change over to sleet and snow by midnight.
Rain showers will soak us today but snow will move in after midnight tonight.
This evening, freezing rain will change over to rain showers. Tomorrow night, snow showers will enter the region.
Low pressure moves into the region today giving is the chance of freezing rain and snow this afternoon.
Tonight will remain quiet and cloudy. The first signs of wintry mix precipitation will be early afternoon on Tuesday.
High pressure will keep us dry today but another storm system will move into the 4State by Tuesday afternoon.
Icy roadways expected for the morning commute.
High pressure keeps us dry today but low pressure will bring in snow and freezing rain tomorrow.
High pressure will build over the Mid-Atlantic through Saturday. The high will move off the coast on Sunday, and another frontal system will cross the area Sunday through Monday morning.
High pressure settles in today and tomorrow, but the end of the weekend is looking messy with freezing rain and snow.
High pressure building across the region this evening will give to another frontal system late Sunday through Monday.
A coastal low pressure system will bring us snow showers this morning...
High pressure moves out of the region tonight as a coastal system brings in the chance of snow on Thursday.
HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE OFF THE COAST TODAY. A COLD FRONT WILL PASS THROUGH TONIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY BEFORE HIGH PRESSURE RETURNS WEDNESDAY
The 4State remains cold today and some spots could see a few flurries later tonight into early Wednesday as a cold front moves through.
HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD ACROSS THE REGION THROUGH TONIGHT BEFORE PUSHING OFFSHORE LATE TUESDAY.
High pressure swings in cold air for Monday.
A cold front will pass through the region today, but it will turn out milder compared to recent days due to some sunshine. Canadian high pressure will build toward the region tonight through Monday.
A winter storm is headed to the region and some spots could see up to 8" of snow.
ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE BUILDING OVER THE REGION WILL BRING MORE BITTERLY COLD CONDITIONS THROUGH TONIGHT.
Friday will be cold and sunny but we're tracking wintry weather for the weekend.
ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION THROUGH FRIDAY BRINGING BITTERLY COLD CONDITIONS. LOW PRESSURE WILL IMPACT THE AREA DURING THE WEEKEND.
Cold air will take over the region for the next 48 hours...
Cold and windy conditions this evening.
A cold front will move into the region this afternoon and bring a few spots snow showers. Accumulations could range from a dusting to an inch, but cold air is the major concern with this system...
Calm and cloudy evening in store for us tonight. Snow squalls progress through the region tomorrow ahead of an arctic cold front.
The storm system will push off the East coast this morning but we could see a few flurries or snow showers left behind. Our sky will begin to clear and we'll see sunshine in the afternoon.
Winter Storm Warning will remain in effect until noon on Tuesday.
The snow has already started in Virginia, and is expected to hit Maryland in a matter of hours.
A snow storm will move into the region later this afternoon and give many spots accumulations ranging from 2"-5" or more.
Sub zero wind chills and near sub zero temperatures expected this evening. Snow overnight Monday into Tuesday morning.
Gusty conditions and low wind chills expected this morning.
Cold high pressure keeps us dry but things change again on Saturday!
Sub zero windchills possible this evening for the 4 State.
A clipper moves through the 4State today bringing with it scat'd rain/snow showers and colder temperatures.
HIGH PRESSURE WILL BRIEFLY CROSS THE AREA THIS AFTERNOON LEADING TO SEASONABLY COOL AND DRY WEATHER. A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE REGION MIDDAY THURSDAY
High pressure continues to keep us dry today but a clipper system will some spots snow/rain showers on Thursday.
Cool and calm evening ahead.
Low pressure will spin offshore today and we'll see more clouds than sunshine.
Winter Weather Advisory will remain in effect until 3 AM Tuesday.
Low pressure will move through the region today bringing us the chance of rain showers throughout the day and wintry mix later tonight.
Stray rain shower or two before midnight. Morning fog and light rain showers for the morning commute.
Mostly cloudy and mild this Sunday. Chance of a stray rain shower today.
Mild and cloudy evening up ahead.
Mild and calm Saturday.
HIGH PRESSURE IS POSITIONED OVER THE SOUTHEASTERN U.S. AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL IMPACT THE REGION SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY.
Mix of sun and clouds today. Mild temperatures this weekend.