CWS Forecast: Capital Region

Very brisk conditions associated with a strong Arctic airmass to our north will continue to affect the Commonwealth on Saturday before retreating Saturday night. Rising temperatures from southwest to northeast Sunday morning provide some relief from the cold, but signs of winter reemerge overnight as lower temperatures and a wave of lake-enhanced snow showers approach the Commonwealth from the northwest. Occasional snow throughout the western two-thirds of the state persists until late Monday morning before mixed clouds and sun return for the afternoon. Gloomy weather takes center stage once more as clouds and higher temperatures overwhelm the Commonwealth Tuesday and Wednesday. Rain showers are also possible late Tuesday through Wednesday from northwest to southeast.

Day 1: 2/3/23

Very cold in the morning hours, warming up in the afternoon. Sunny skies throughout the day. Breezy. increasing cloud cover overnight.

High: 28°F 

Low: 12°

Day Two: 2/4/23

Overcast skies throughout the day, breezy. cloudy overnight.

High: 44°F 

Low: 37°

Day Three: 2/5/23

Cloudy skies in the morning hours, clearing skies in the afternoon to evening hours. Increasing cloud cover overnight.

High: 43°F

Low: 35°F

Day Four: 2/6/23

Mostly cloudy throughout the day and into the overnight hours.

High: 47°F

Low: 32°F

Day Five: 2/7/23

Overcast skies throughout the morning hours, with rain arriving in the afternoon and evening hours. Rain showers overnight.

High: 49°F

Low: 43°F

Last Updated on February 3, 2023 at 5:00 pm