There has been a TON of talk about the big pattern change for late next week! There is plenty of agreement with the models that show much colder air next week and a much busier time with storms as well. You know we are tracking it all for you so stay with us! We are WORKING 4 YOU!
It's a StormTeam4 WEATHER ALERT DAY. Afternoon highs will reach the mid 80s today ahead of a strong cold front that will bring a round or storms our way later this afternoon and evening. The NBC4DC viewing area is under an enhanced risk for severe weather today. Storms could reach the Shenandoah Valley by mid to late afternoon before moving into the DC Metro area by around 6pm. Pass the word and share this post to help keep everyone informed that severe storms are in the forecast. Wind gusts over 60mph, hail, frequent lightning and heavy rain are likely and even a tornado is possible. Quiet weather returns for Tuesday through Thursday and storms are likely again on Friday. After today, we're done with 80° weather for quite a while.
A Fantastic Day today, but not nearly as nice tomorrow! Take a look at these temps. Tomorrow will be a lot like this past Sunday.
Doug Kammerer was live.

SNOW!!! Let's go, WEATHER 101 we are in Weather Alert

Weather ALERT! Share this! Hello Everyone, one more post before the snow starts. Once again, the snow starts tomorrow morning before most of us get up! We will ...see light to moderate snow during the day. It will start as a light and fluffy snow and tomorrow afternoon will be beautiful! Most areas will see 3-5" by tomorrow night. By tomorrow night warm air moves in from the South and we will start to see a change over to sleet and just plain rain well South of DC. That being said this will also be during the dry slot, meaning precip will be light at this time and won't cause a lot of melting. By Monday morning the low off the coast will start to strengthen and wrap in colder air. This will change everyone back to snow. We will see snow most of the day on Monday and maybe even into Tuesday, but it should be light most of the time. We will see another 1-4" with lower end totals South of DC and higher end to the North of DC. Our snow map still looks good. You can find that on my page in a previous post. Enjoy the SNOW everyone! Be safe out there and let me know what you get in your area.

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