A group of the Trinity Presbyterian School in Montgomery, Alabama, travels the Lincoln Memorial on Tuesday as moderate to heavy snow in the Washington area. (1
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until 18:00 Wind Cooling Recommendation Tonight Closing and Delays in Schools | Total snow in the National Meteorological Service *
7:30 am Update: Please walk and drive with caution this morning. Numerous ice seasons have been reported, mostly to the north and west of the SS. Particularly careful riding on ramps, bridges and overpasses, and walking along sidewalks and alleys. At present, the winds are bright with temperatures in the 1920s. but will turn into a reddish afternoon. The best chance for snow is about 11 am. Until 15 pm, With short visibility and slippery roads.
A somewhat subjective assessment of daytime on a scale from 0 to 10.
2/10: The high in the 20s to the mid-1930s are not so bad, right? But the windy afternoon winds add biting chills, perhaps with some snowy souls, to set the mood.
Today: Cold and windy, some snowy souls? High: Upper of the 20s to the mid-1930s (wind chills, teenagers up to 20 years).
Tonight: Bitter cold. Lows: Near 0 to 10 (wind turmoil: near zero),
Tomorrow: Mostly sunny, frigid.
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FORECAST IN DETAILS
Well this is fun, is not it? Today it is not a cold cold temperature, but it is characterized by slippery chill when the winds become more and more harsh, not to mention the chance for some snow. The worst of this cold explosion arrives tonight, tomorrow with one-digit bottoms and low winds (at least we do not see minus-50 wind waves like Chicago). On Friday, the trends are a little warmer, but with another chance for light snow before the remarkable warming trend this weekend.
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Today (Wednesday): The real bitter blast is not yet here. But it is still a cold winter day when the morning temperatures rise in and in the 20s – watch out for icy places – and the afternoon highs in the early 20s to the mid-1930s. The winds are propelled by the afternoon, approaching 45 km / h from the west-southwest. Partly sunny weather in the morning passes mostly cloudy late afternoon in the afternoon, when some snowy souls can quickly apply stains. Confidence : Medium High
Tonight: The winds should be from the northwest to the evening, leaving fresh when the sky becomes mostly clear. Bitter and dry air pours out when evening temperatures fall like a rock in the mid-20s and teenagers. Most spots should see low levels in the single digits, perhaps up to zero in our coldest northern and western suburbs, and maybe even 10 degrees in the center. Winds are falling overnight, but there are still enough breezes to produce wind chills near or below zero.
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Tomorrow (Thursday): Again, we have many school delays and maybe some failures, as morning temperatures struggle with single figures and teenagers. A relatively light breeze, about 10 km / h from the west, is enough to keep wind chills in the single digit below zero in the morning. The low to mid-20s are the best we can do for afternoon highs despite the mostly sunny sky with a late breeze that holds the chills in the teens and the single digits. Confidence: Moderately high
Tomorrow night: The clouds that are growing should prevent us from becoming as cold as tonight. But we are still talking about very cool bottoms ranging from about 10 to about 20. The wind should be very light, but even a light breeze can push the wind chills to the singular figures out of town. Confidence: Moderately high
Friday The sky is mostly cloudy, as few energy-intensive approaches from the west may produce a lunchtime of light snow. If there is any accumulation, it should not be more than one-inch spraying the way it looks right now. Everything that falls will stick, despite the high values in the mid-20s to the 30s. Cloudy skies on Friday evening with light rains in the midst of the teens to the low 20s. Trust: Low Moderate
High Pressure Dominates on Saturday on Saturday night, with mostly clear sky and light wind. Saturday highs should reach the mid-1930s before Saturday nights fall back in the 1920s. Sunday should continue partially to predominantly sunny with higher peaks in the 1940s to nearly 50. Confidence: Medium High
INDEX FOR SENZA
Daily rating of the potential for at least 1 inch of snow over the next week, on a 0-10 scale.
3/10 ( ↓ ): Several snowy souls today and maybe some light snow on Friday. None of them currently has much more than the potential for coverage.