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Snow/Ice Storm Monday 2/15/16

Discussion in 'Security and Emergency' started by Patricia Harman, Feb 14, 2016.

  • by Patricia Harman, Feb 14, 2016 at 3:08 PM
  • Patricia Harman

    Patricia Harman General Manager

    Its coming. Midnight tonight through 10am Tuesday. We've lucked out with the holiday tomorrow. 1-3" of snow doesnt sound so bad but some are calling for 3-5 with up to 1/10th of an ice - that could get us so please check here for updated road conditions before venturing out.

    *A WINTER STORM WARNING for counties along and west of U.S. 15 from 1 a.m. until 10 a.m. Monday *
    *A WINTER STORM WATCH for counties mainly along and west of Interstate 95, not including Washington, from 1 a.m. until 10 a.m. Monday *

    High pressure provided provide a frigid Sunday morning and now it is allowing ample sunshine Sunday afternoon. Temperatures will stay below freezing and the ground will stay frozen solid, a key factor in the forecast. As warmer air in the nation’s midsection tries to move east, a storm system will affect us in between, starting Sunday night and last through Tuesday. First, a large swath of light-to-moderate snow will move in late Sunday evening, accumulating a few inches before the morning rush, which, luckily will be lighter than normal because of the holiday. After a total accumulation through midday of about 1-3 inches, warmer air will move in aloft and change the snow over to sleet and freezing rain, leading to a light ice accumulation on the ground, as the ground itself will still be quite cold from the conditions over the weekend. Eventually the cold air will be overwhelmed by the warmth of the system and the icy precipitation will become plain rain Monday night into Tuesday, and it looks like the rain could be heavy at times. Rain will end Tuesday night. The weather for the rest of the workweek looks rather quiet with seasonable temperatures.

    REST OF SUNDAY AFTERNOON:
    Mostly sunny. Cold, but not as windy. Clouds increasing quickly during the evening.
    Highs: low-to-mid 20s.

    SUNDAY NIGHT:
    Cloudy and cold. Snow arriving from south to north around midnight.
    Lows: upper teens in northern Maryland. Low 20s in D.C. and elsewhere.

    MONDAY:
    Snow accumulating to 1-3 inches, then changing to sleet and freezing rain by midday. Areas of fog.
    Highs: low 30s.

    MONDAY NIGHT:
    Freezing rain changing to plain rain. Areas of fog.
    Temperatures rising into the upper 30s.

    TUESDAY:
    Periods of rain, moderate to heavy at times. Breezy and unseasonably mild.
    Highs: low-to-mid 50s.
     
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