Washington, D.C. is notoriously under-prepared for snow. As the northeast prepare for the storm – named Juno – here’s an update on what to expect weather-wise in the area.
It’s currently 34 degrees, but it feels more like 25. There’s a 90 percent chance for snow but it won’t stick around for very long. We’re expected to see less than an inch on the ground by the end of today, according to the Weather Channel.
Tonight’s low is 30 degrees with a 60 percent chance of snow. There’s a potential to see 1 to 3 inches on the ground by morning commute time.
Winds throughout the day and night are expected to reach between 10 and 13 miles per hour.
Snow showers are possible Tuesday with a high of 38 degrees.
All government offices are currently open. In addition, Schools are also currently open and no delays are expected at this time. There are no hospital closures and no transportation delays have been reported.
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