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The federal government will be open Friday under the unscheduled leave policy. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains what's been done in the past and the Daily Debrief gets analysis from ABC 7 Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill about what to expect in terms of inches.
The official start to summer is still 12 days away, but you can't tell that from the temperatures.
"The computer models paint a disturbing picture to me because I don't like cold weather, especially this time of year," says ABC7 Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill.
The National Weather Service has initiated a tornado watch for a large portion of the WTOP listening area.
A few traces of snow remain around the WTOP listening area as a reminder of the bitterly cold and icy winter. But Mother Nature has a gift in store for Friday: potentially record-setting high temperatures and sunny conditions.
Think this winter is nasty? Well, exactly one year ago the D.C. area was rocked by the first of two back-to-back blizzards that President Obama, among others, called "snowmageddon."
White after-Christmas? "It's kind of a 50-50 chance of either a little bit or a whole lot," says ABC7 Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill.
The snowfall blanketing the D.C. region is largely over, but the wet and soggy roads left in its wake could prove hazardous for the Friday morning commute.
It's certainly starting to feel a lot like winter, and it may start to look like it too.
Don't get lulled into thinking it will be a winter without significant weather events. Meteorologist Doug Hill says the area will see more mixed rain and snow.