* Winterwetterberatung Tonight and Tonight except in Southeastern Territories *
10:45 am – Winterweather consultation extended to immediate subway area
The National Weather Service extended the winterweather consultancy from the southeast into the immediate area of Washington, including all areas around Interstate 95 and to the north and west, including all the counties of Fairfax, Montgomery, Prince William, and Prince George. The immediate environment advisory will take effect at 1
The Weather Service predicts up to an inch of snow in the immediate and immediate subway area ahead at two inches for our far northwest. This is consistent with our snowfall prediction shown below.
Areas south of Prince William and Prince George's County, including Southern Maryland, are not included in the Advisory and are likely to appear as a coating. In these southern areas rain can be spotted and mixed with sleet and rain.
In view of the afternoon break in the afternoon, it still seems more likely that the snow at this time (between 16 and 18 o'clock) than the Beltway and areas in the east. However, it is difficult to set the start time on the hour, and it is not excluded that light snow may develop near the city at 18:00. or 7pm We would still recommend building in extension for the way home.
Luckily the road temperatures are not cold, so we do not expect them to freeze fast. The main threat would be some sludge during steady snow eruptions.
7:40 am – Weather Weather for Northwest Areas Tonight
Overnight, the National Weather Service gave out a late winter weather consultation from late into the west on this afternoon and until Friday for hours. In this zone, one to two inches of snow is possible on slippery roads.
In the southeast of the consulting zone, a one-inch coating is generally most likely to the Interstate 95 corridor, with a coating or less southeast.
Some of the latest models suggest that snow should not be a problem around the Beltway as it will not wait until 7pm. or so to start tonight, but some could break out in our far northwest areas (in the advisory area) between 4 and 7 pm. Time frame. Some modeling also suggests that the snow in the immediate area and in the southeast may be quite spotty.