This week's stretch of sub-freezing weather could be coldest in 10 years, according to NBC4's metereologist.
If snow predictions hold for Northern Virginia Friday, even a half-inch of the white stuff combined with the low temperatures could "cause problems for the roads," NBC4 metereologist Doug Kammerer said Tuesday night on the evening's 11 p.m. newscast. The high on Friday is forecast to be 29 degrees with a 70 percent chance of snow, according to The Weather Channel. The Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang agrees: "...even 1-3 inches of snow at these sub-freezing temperatures would cause potential driving problems." Northern Virginia could see snow flurries Wednesday night as a "clipper system" moves through into Thursday morning.