Rain and strong winds are likely in the East over Christmas, and snow is possible.
More sun expected tomorrow before a stormier pattern sets in for several days.
Winds were gusty today, but temperatures in the 50s felt mild. After a frozen overnight, we’re about 10 degrees colder tomorrow.
The first big storm of the historic winter, it was cold and it was powdery. It lasted a long time. Perfect for a snow lover.
After a fairly nice day today, we’re headed back into the clouds tomorrow. Rain showers won’t stick around long though.
WEATHER GANG | While winter winds are in no big hurry to depart, temperatures are on the way up.
Sun visited the region again today. Always a plus lately! We’ve got more of that ahead, and warmer temperatures as well.
Historical odds of a White Christmas, defined as having one inch on the ground at 7 a.m. on December 25, are a mere 10 percent in the District.
The sun returned today, and odds are good it visits again tomorrow. In between, a few snowflakes may fall.
A wintry mix could develop, but the weather should warm into Tuesday.