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Winter has dealt D.C. two doses of snow the last two mornings, colder than normal temperatures, and it’s not done delivering. Forecast models are advertising a late week blast of arctic air, a touch of Saturday snow, and the potential for a major wintry mess late Sunday into early next week.
It remains colder than normal through Thursday, but the arctic floodgates open Friday, when temperatures plummet to about 25 degrees colder than normal.
Friday morning’s lows could reach the single digits in our colder suburbs, with teens through the region. Wind chills may drop to near zero.