With high temperatures in the mid-30s to around 40, a chilly wind, and passing snowflakes, it’s been a good day to stay inside. A few snow showers that pepper the area this evening will die off overnight. Tomorrow is rather tranquil if also still quite chilly.

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Through tonight: A few snow showers persist into the evening. While most folks won’t see a whole lot fall, a few could get a quick dusting or so. In those locations, do keep an eye out for the potential of slick spots. Otherwise, skies are partly to mostly cloudy. Lows are mainly in the mid-20s to around 30.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Thursday): We kick this upper-level low pressure out of the area, which means skies are rather sunny and temperatures are slightly milder. Highs range from near 40 to the mid-40s. Winds are out of the north and northwest around 10 mph.


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Snow: A storm forming offshore, thanks to the upper-level low that is helping give us snow showers is also responsible for a heavier snow band to our north. A winter storm warning is up for Atlantic City, where up to seven inches is possible.

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