NBA Jam Announcer: “Heating Up!”

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The warming trend continues after another chilly morning this morning. Despite a slight chance of rain and freezing drizzle in the DC region tomorrow and a chance of light rain and snow on late on Saturday, conditions should stay mainly dry. Heading into next week temperatures will stay warm early before another cold shot brings below normal temperatures back into the region. The concern for ice jam flooding continues in Oil City, especially as highs hold above freezing through early next week.
Current (~7am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA:  9; Wind Chill: -1
  • Franklin, PA: 10; Wind Chill: -4
  • New Castle, PA: 18; Wind Chill: 9
  • Butler, PA:  14; Wind Chill: -2
  • Pittsburgh (KAGC): 18; Wind Chill: 11
  • Uniontown, PA: 20; Wind Chill: 5
  • State College, PA: 10; Wind Chill: -1
  • Frederick, MD: 21; Wind Chill: 11
  • BWI Airport, MD:  22; Wind Chill: 10
  • DC (KDCA):  26; Wind Chill: 16


Western PA:

Main threat: Cold morning today. Refreezing water on roads from melting snow during overnight/early morning hours. Ice jam on Oil Creek.

  • Today: Mostly sunny Highs: Upper 20s/30s Overnight Lows: Teens/20s
  • Friday: Partly cloudy Highs: 40s. Some places in south may hit the 50s. Overnight Lows: Upper 20s/30s
  • Saturday:  Increasing clouds. Chance of rain/snow into the night.  Highs: Upper 30s/40s Overnight Lows: 20s

DC Region: 

Main threat: Refreezing water on roads from melting snow during overnight/early morning hours

  • Today: Partly sunny  Afternoon Highs: 30s Overnight Lows: 20s/Low 30s
  • Friday:  Slight chance of  freezing drizzle and light showers.  Highs: 40s Overnight Lows: 30s
  • Saturday: Mostly sunny Highs: 50s Overnight Lows: 30s

Good News: Normals continue to increase. Warmer temperatures through early next week.

Bad News: Colder temperatures move in by the middle of next week.