On Thursday night and Friday morning in the District of Columbia, recommendations for winter weather and ice warnings were issued.
Here are some weather forecasts for Washington.
A winter weather recommendation and ice warning were issued in the District of Columbia from Thursday to Friday morning after a high of 77 on Wednesday.
The recommendation covers the Shenandoah Valley, northern Maryland and eastern West Virginia.
As of 9:14 we are starting winter weather warnings and ice warnings. This will result in short-term frosty rains. It is expected that there will be a stronger period of icy rains tonight before the beginning of Friday, especially in the ice warning zone.
– NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) February 24, 2022
Storm Team4 meteorologist Chuck Bell said Friday is likely to be a long wet period.
“Here in Washington, we have enough warmth, and we need to stay warm enough to be just raindrops, but on I-81 or I-70,” – fear the roads, – said Bell.
Bell said it should end in rain on Friday and the sun and gusty wind will come in the afternoon.
The cold returns on Saturday.
Thursday: Rain, icicles in places in the north and west. Some light clumps of ice. Minimum temperature from 30 to 35.
Friday: Morning rain, then clearing, wind and warmer. Maximum temperature from mid to 50’s.
Saturday: Alternately sunny and cool. Maximum temperature from low to mid 40’s.
Sunday: Sunny. Warmer. Maximum temperature from low to mid 50’s.
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