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After a possible passing shower or two today, the next chance of steadier rain looms for Inauguration Day.
After some possible showers late today into this evening, we should get into the 60s tomorrow!
Much of the local area hasn’t seen much more than flurries tonight. Another chance of snow this weekend?
We’ve got two chances of snow to track, but neither is a sure bet for accumulation.
Most of us should stay above freezing tonight, with rain tapering by late morning tomorrow.
Perhaps a few showers this weekend, but no significant winter storms on the immediate horizon.
The frigid air hangs on long enough for a potential wintry mess Saturday morning.
A blast of cold air arrives tomorrow and sticks around for several days.
Rain threatens both commutes today, but at least it’s warm.
The heat wave baking the D.C. metro region is part of a sprawling dome of high pressure sizzling a swath of the nation from Texas to Boston.