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Afternoon Update: Rain becomes heavy this evening before mixing and turning to snow

* Winter Weather Advisories issued for northern Fauquier, Loudoun, northern Montgomery, Howard, Frederick and Carroll counties from 3 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday*

Today was a calm day before the storm. The steel gray sky announced the weather to come. It will be a quick success tonight until Tuesday morning. But it’s also a dynamic storm, and rain could fall heavily at times this evening and change to moderate or heavy wet snow late Tuesday. North and west of Interstate 95 in particular, a layer of one or two inches may fall.

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Until tonight : Rain chances are high this evening. Although the rain will become more widespread, it won’t be too heavy until late in the evening. From midnight until dawn, rain can be heavy at times, adding up to about an inch in many places. Wind is expected to increase from the north and northeast throughout the night, with gusts around 30 mph at dawn. Temperatures are expected to drop into the 40s to low 30s.

From before dawn until sunrise, rain is expected to change to heavy, wet snow or a snow-rain mix from northwest to southeast.

Any elevated areas may be covered quickly or more, mostly on grass, but this may also cause roads to be covered in slush in places. Snow may remain mixed with rain over southern Maryland, but could reach up to an inch or two throughout the morning in the northwest suburbs. Temperatures could briefly touch freezing in colder locations, but many will stay above, with a range of around 32 to 38 degrees for lows as sunrise approaches.

See it current weather at the Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Tuesday): Moderate to heavy wet snow that begins before dawn until sunrise to the west is expected to continue moving east during the morning travel period, with the risk of roads being covered in slush . Wet snow in the west and a rain-snow mix in the east are expected to diminish with weather during midday. Temperatures are expected to reach near the mid-40s as winds blow from the northwest and skies attempt to clear a bit late in the day. Gusts of 30 to 35 mph are possible.

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