The DC region saw some of its first snow flurries of the season as a cold front makes its way to the East Coast on Friday.
There’s been a lot of chatter on social media about the possibility of the DC region seeing its first snowflakes fall from the sky next week, but the FOX 5 Weather Team is cautioning to limit your expectations.
For the second winter in a row, we are calling for slightly above-normal snowfall in the Washington, DC region.
We’re expecting more snow this winter and waves of brutal cold thanks to periodic polar vortex visits. Mike Thomas and Tucker Barnes are breaking down what you can expect this winter.
A harsh winter is coming, according to the 2020 Farmers' Almanac.
A winter weather system that moved across the D.C. metro area Wednesday brought steady snow and a wintry mix of sleet and rain that created hazardous driving conditions around the region
Some freezing rain and wintry mix heading into Monday morning for the DC area. Areas north will get some snow. Warmer air comes in on Tuesday, which will change the precipitation to rain.
Tomorrow: Partly sunny, not as cold. Temps in the mid to upper 40s.
FOX 5's Sue Palka reports.
FOX 5's Cori Coffin reports.
FOX 5's Gary McGrady reports.
While cold weather creeps into the area, there is a winter weather advisory in effect for parts of the area. Some parts of Western Maryland are seeing some snow.
Gary McGrady has the latest tracking the snowstorm through DC, Maryland and Virginia. Eastern parts of the area are under a Winter Storm Warning.