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Lingering showers could mix with sleet and snow overnight. Better weather arrives Tuesday.
The storm would rank as one of the all-time greats.
It’s a warm Saturday for January before a slow-moving storm system moves closer tomorrow.
Today’s showers are out, but some drizzle is possible overnight. Better weather Saturday.
Showers are most likely between about sunrise and early afternoon Friday.
If you liked today’s weather, you’re in luck Thursday.
Today’s rain gives way to temperatures possibly approaching 60 tomorrow.
Icy roads haven’t been an issue in the D.C. metro area, but areas north of Charm City are below freezing.
Precipitation odds are up by late tonight. The main icing threat is north of the city.
Today is a day to spend outside enjoying. Humidity starts heading back up tomorrow, but with some luck we stay dry through the afternoon.