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So let me get this straight: we were in the mid-60s for the weekend and now this week we will barely get out of the 30s on some days?
We have had it all in the last seven days, haven't we? We've had heavy snow, freezing rain, rain, sleet, fog, lightning, wind and now thunderstorms -- some which could be severe. Yes, that's right. Severe thunderstorms are possible for Friday morning, so just add it to the list.
If you've wondered how this winter is stacking up to other years, here's a look at how much snow has fallen in comparison to the top five snowfall years.
Much of the D.C. region will see several inches of snow on the ground Thursday morning. ABC7 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts breaks down how much snow to expect and when it will begin.
ABC7 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts predicts we'll see some light snow showers this weekend, but it won't result in a blockbuster storm.
Even as one winter weather system swirls its way out of the D.C. region, another is forecast to hit your Wednesday-morning commute.
More freezing rain is in the forecast. But once that weather pattern clears the region, we'll see unseasonably warm temps this weekend.
The cold weather set records in the Washington area on Tuesday, but as afternoon turns to evening, the winds will lighten up and Wednesday will see a bit of a warmup.
Coming up to Christmas, the weather is going to be fine in the D.C. region. Elsewhere in the country, it's a different story.
Orange, yellow and red. The colors of fall are starting to arrive in the region.
Hi: 87 °F | Lo: 74 °F