Another upper level disturbance associated with the next cold front heading this way will bring clouds and gusty breezes back to the region. Flurries and even more organized snow showers could develop during the day as highs peak in the 20s. At times, it will feel like temperatures are in the 10s.
Friday will be mostly sunny and still frigid with temperatures in the lower 20s.
Tuesday’s storm – the biggest in three years – dumped inches of snow on the region.ABC7 Meterologist Lauryn Ricketts says that "we are in this for some time" - these are the coldest sustained temperatures we've seen for four years, and she doesn't see us reaching seasonal temperatures until early next month.
The weather seems more than a bit upside down.
The average temperature for the Lower 48 states midmorning Wednesday was a chilly 22 degrees. The average temperature for the entire state of Alaska at the same time was 24 degrees, according to calculations by Weather Bell Analytics meteorologist Ryan Maue.
Read more on WTOP.com.
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The region digs out: WTOP's Nick Iannelli reports from Leesburg.
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Frosty has been built, snowballs have been thrown and winged angles decorate the lawn.
With several inches of snow blanketing the D.C. area, there is more than enough fluffy white stuff to turn up the creativity and transform the flakes into a tasty treat.
That's right. It's time to make the classic childhood favorite: snow ice cream.
Read about how to make snow ice cream on WTOP.com.
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