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Updated: 1:01pm on 1/25/15

(location)

Currently:
46.9°

Clear
Overcast

High: 47.2° 
(11:37am) 
Low: 35.2° 
(3:51am)
Wind: 2 mph from the NNW
Gust: 5 mph
Today's High Wind: 11 mph (10:11am)
Humidity: 59%
Pressure: 29.85 in  (Steady) 
Pressure Rate: -0.008 in/hr
Dew Point: 33.3°
Wind Chill: 46.9°
Heat Index (feels like): 48.6°
Comfort Level: Cool
Temperature Rate:  0.87°/hr
 
5 Day Forecast
 
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
Chance Rain Snow Chance Snow Clear Chance Rain
50° 37° 34° 28° 39°
34° 27° 19° 18° 30°

Records and Normals
 
Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 50° 44° 75°
(1950)
Low 34° 29°
(1935)
 
Weather Advisories
Warning Date: 10:40 am EST on January 25, 2015
Warning Description: Winter Weather Advisory
Full Advisory Text...
Weather Map

Almanac
 
Sunrise:  
7:18am
Moonrise: 
10:28am

Moon Phase:
26%

Sunset: 
5:19pm
Moonset:  
11:40pm
 Star Chart...
Rainfall Totals
Hourly Rain 0.00 in
Daily Rain: 0.00 in
Monthly Rain: 3.31 in
Yearly Rain: 3.31 in
Normal Rain, month to date: 3.46 in
Normal Rain, year to date: 3.46 in
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Station ID

City 
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Last Update (Date & Time)

Temperature
 (°)

Dew
Point (°)
Humidity 
(%)
Wind 
(mph)
from the Wind Gust 
(mph) 
Pressure (in) Hourly
Rain (in)
KVAASHBU13 Wheaton, Silver Spring Parker Ave, Wheaton, MD

01/25 13:00:04

48.2

33.0

55

0

WSW

8

29.76

0.00

KMDKENSI5 Kensington Denfeld Avenue

01/25 12:55:42

47.8

37.0

65

0

North

0

29.87

0.00

KMDSILVE40 Silver Spring Dalewood Drive

01/25 12:56:24

48.7

32.0

53

0

North

0

29.90

0.00

KMDSILVE4 Silver Spring Kemp Mill/Silver Spring

01/25 12:59:45

46.9

33.0

59

4

North

4

29.85

0.00

KMDSILVE35 Silver Spring Springbrook Forest

01/25 12:59:16

46.6

28.0

49

4

NW

6

30.03

0.00

KMDKENSI4 Kensington Rock Creek Palisades

01/25 13:00:05

47.1

33.0

57

4

WNW

6

29.82

0.00

KMDSILVE29 Silver Spring Burnt Mills

01/25 12:59:40

47.6

33.0

58

1

NW

4

29.84

0.00

KMDSILVE25 Silver Spring Quaint Acres

01/25 12:55:15

46.4

33.0

59

1

SW

4

29.87

0.00

KMDSILVE34 Silver Spring Rooftop of "The Premier Apartments" in Downtown Silver Spring

01/25 12:08:28

46.6

36.0

67

5

ESE

0

29.13

0.00

KMDSILVE37 Silver Spring Spencer Road

01/25 12:55:45

46.0

33.0

61

0

North

0

29.94

0.00

KMDNORTH20 North Bethesda Strand Drive

01/25 12:55:58

45.7

33.0

61

0

North

0

29.86

0.00

KMDROCKV21 Rockville Timberlawn

01/25 13:00:05

46.7

32.0

57

1

NW

4

29.86

0.00

KMDBETHE15 Bethesda Woodmont Triangle

01/25 13:00:06

45.7

32.0

58

3

West

10

29.84

0.00

KMDSILVE41 Silver Spring Stonegate

01/25 12:59:49

47.1

30.0

52

0

WNW

0

29.44

0.00

KMDBETHE16 Bethesda Woodmont Avenue

01/25 12:55:45

50.2

35.0

55

0

North

0

29.85

0.00

KMDSILVE36 Silver Spring Wellwood Road

01/25 12:55:33

45.3

28.0

50

0

North

0

29.91

0.00

KMDROCKV12 Rockville Twinbrook

01/25 13:00:04

47.7

30.0

50

2

West

4

29.80

0.00

KMDSILVE33 Silver Spring Colesville Park

01/25 12:54:54

46.0

33.0

61

4

West

13

29.84

0.00

KMDTAKOM2 Takoma Park Glaizewood Manor

01/25 13:00:04

48.3

33.0

56

2

West

8

29.83

0.00

KDCWASHI49 Washington Takoma, DC

01/25 12:59:22

48.1

33.0

55

1

NNE

3

29.83

0.00

KMDSILVE39 Silver Spring Crest Hill Lane

01/25 12:56:00

44.6

37.0

75

0

North

0

29.92

0.00

KMDROCKV7 Rockville Flower Valley

01/25 13:00:06

47.1

34.0

60

0

WNW

0

29.54

0.00

KDCWASHI70 Washington Northwest Washington

01/25 12:56:09

48.0

33.0

55

0

North

0

29.68

0.00

KMDBETHE9 Bethesda NewboldDrive

01/25 13:00:01

46.7

33.0

58

1

WSW

6

29.84

0.00

KDCWASHI60 Washington Northwest Washington

01/25 12:55:47

46.2

32.0

57

0

North

0

29.83

0.00

KMDBELTS1 Beltsville High Point Homes

01/25 13:00:05

47.6

31.0

53

0

West

3

29.82

0.00

KMDSILVE38 Silver Spring Old Orchard RD

01/25 12:57:52

45.9

31.0

59

2

WNW

3

30.15

0.00

KMDROCKV17 Rockville Rockville

01/25 12:50:17

44.1

0.0

46

5

WNW

0

29.36

0.00

KMDBETHE5 Bethesda Burning Tree Estates

01/25 12:55:10

47.0

31.0

53

0

North

2

29.80

0.00

KMDHYATT5 Hyattsville College Heights Estates

01/25 13:00:06

48.8

32.0

53

0

NNE

2

29.80

0.00

KMDSILVE27 Silver Spring Hampshire Greens

01/25 12:59:49

45.0

31.0

58

8

WSW

13

29.80

0.00

KDCWASHI71 Washington Northeast Washington

01/25 12:56:15

51.3

35.0

53

0

North

0

29.89

0.00

KCGS College Park Official Station

01/25 12:35:00

48.0

30.0

50

9

NW

---

29.84

---

KGAI Gaithersburg Official Station

01/25 12:55:00

45.0

28.0

53

7

WSW

---

29.85

---

KDCA Washington Official Station

01/25 12:52:00

49.0

32.0

52

7

South

---

29.84

---

Neighboorhood Weather

12/31 19:00:00

0.0

0.0

0

0

---

0.00

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Full Advisory Text
Warning Description: Winter Weather Advisory

Warning Date: 10:40 am EST on January 25, 2015

WarningSum:...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 10 Pm This
Evening To 6 Pm Est Monday...

Warning Message:* precipitation type...snow...possibly heavy at times.
* Accumulations...2 to 4 inches.
* Timing...snow will begin late this evening and continue 
  through late Monday afternoon. The heaviest snowfall will 
  occur between midnight and late Monday morning.
* Temperatures...in the upper 20s.
* Winds...northeast 10 to 20 mph.
* Impacts...roads will be snow covered and slippery with 
  visibilities being reduced to near one-quarter mile at times. 
  The combination of snow covered roads and low visibility will 
  make traveling dangerous.
* Outlook...snow will continue Monday night into Tuesday...with 
  additional accumulations possible.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
WarningDesc:Special Statement

WarningDate:11:56 am EST on January 25, 2015

WarningSum:...Complex Winter Weather Coming To Baltimore/Washington Region
Tonight Through Tuesday...

Warning Message:A complex winter storm scenario will develop tonight and continue
through Tuesday for the greater Baltimore/Washington region.
Low pressure will cross the Ohio Valley tonight...then redevelop
offshore of Cape Hatteras as a strong coastal storm during the
day Monday. This will give the greater Baltimore and Washington
region two separate bouts of winter weather.
The first round of precipitation will start early this evening in
western Maryland...extreme northern Virginia...and the eastern
Panhandle of West Virginia and continue through Monday. In these
areas...the precipitation may start as a period of mixed rain and
snow before changing over to all snow by daybreak Monday. The
snow will continue through the day on Monday...making travel
difficult particularly north of Interstate 66 and west of the Blue
Ridge. Winter storm warnings have been posted for this region.
Tonight...as the precipitation progresses eastward towards the
Interstate 95 corridor...rain will mix with snow in the immediate
Baltimore and Washington DC metropolitan areas as it spreads
eastward. However...by daybreak Monday...precipitation should
change over to all snow across the entire region with the
exception of southern Maryland. Some models suggest that
precipitation on Monday will stay all rain in areas south and
east of Washington DC...so there remains considerable uncertainty
for areas of Maryland south of Route 50. Winter weather
advisories have been issued for the greater Baltimore and
Washington metropolitan areas.
Finally...as the coastal storm starts to rapidly develop late Monday
afternoon off the North Carolina coast...a second round of winter
weather may further impact the region...this time primarily east
of Interstate 95. Snow bands along with gusty northeast winds up
to 40 mph are expected to develop around the powerful storm system
Monday night and Tuesday as it moves northeast towards Cape
Cod. An additional 5 inches or more of snow is possible in the
counties along Maryland's portion of the Chesapeake Bay. Blowing
snow is also possible...reducing visibilities to below one-quarter
of a mile at times. Winter storm watches have been issued for the
Maryland counties directly adjacent to the Chesapeake Bay.
Stay tuned to your favorite media outlet and NOAA Weather Radio
for further updates on this developing winter storm system.
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