Cold Front Moving into Greater Washington Area; Snow on the Way

After issuing a wind advisory for today, the area is seeing a cold front moving into the Washington, D.C. region. Temperatures on Tuesday are not expected to go much higher above 40 degrees. Wednesday, there is a high possibility of snow up to 1″ even before Denver this year.

Snow is expected to fall earlier in the day if it does and will likely cause some commute concerns. While it is not yet clear whether snow will actually stick to the ground, slick spots are still possible, especially towards the north and west. Best chance for snow is between 8 and 11 AM.

Areas above Fairfax, Rockville, and Manassas may see some accumulation, but it is not clear that there will actually be any accumulation. Snow will likely stop falling by the midday and later, so it might not hinder commute back home.

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