After days and days of wild temperature fluctuations and flurry threats, Wednesday finally delivers some “normal” weather. We’ll have sunshine and seasonal temperatures in the 40s.
Through Tonight: A rain or snow shower is possible through around 7 p.m., mainly north of the District. Then, we have gradually decreasing clouds, with lows in the mid-to-upper 20s in the colder suburbs to the low 30s downtown.
Wednesday: Sunshine, for real! High pressure builds into the region with seasonably cool afternoon highs in the mid-40s. Winds are from the northwest at around 10 mph.
New England storm Friday: There is potential for a major to crippling snowstorm for eastern New England Friday to Saturday as a wave of low pressure rides up the coast and explosively develops. The National Weather Service office serving Boston discussion says the winter storm could be “very significant” producing a foot or more of snow. However, there is some model disagreement and such a big storm may not come together. For the D.C. area, this event looks like a rain producer, and we may just get grazed.