The SI Weather
22Jan/13Tue

7:00 AM | *Arctic invasion and accumulating snow threat for Friday make for quite a 6-day stretch of wintry weather*

6-Day Forecast

Today

Face-slapping cold with a biting wind and mostly sunny skies, highs only reaching the mid 20’s with much lower wind chills

Tonight

Partly cloudy, bitter cold, lows in the middle teens

Wednesday

Partly sunny, breezy, very cold, chance for flurries, low-to-mid 20’s

Wednesday Night

Mostly cloudy, bitter cold, snow showers likely with a quick coating possible, lows in the upper teens

Thursday

Partly sunny, very cold, upper 20’s

Friday

Cloudy, cold, snow likely with significant accumulations possible, there is a slight chance for some sleet to mix in, upper 20's

Saturday

Partly sunny, windy, very cold, mid-to-upper 20’s

Sunday

Mostly sunny, still very cold, near 30

Discussion

Quite an amazing 6-day stretch of winter weather around here with bitter cold conditions today through Thursday, accumulating snow on Friday, and then more bitter cold during the upcoming weekend. Temperatures will remain below freezing for virtually the entire Mid-Atlantic region right through the upcoming weekend. While dry today, there can be some flurry activity during the day tomorrow and snow showers tomorrow night that could leave a quick coating as a weak disturbance passes by to our north. A more significant storm is likely to impact the region with accumulating snow on Friday as it pulls out of the Tennessee Valley towards the Mid-Atlantic coastline. It looks cold enough for that late week storm to be in the form of snow all along the I-95 corridor from DC to Boston, but it is a little early to call the accumulation amounts although several inches are possible. Bitter cold air will follow this late week storm for the upcoming weekend.

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