A few flurries will pass by today with a mix of sun & clouds. Tonight will be quite cold as the winds relax under clear skies. Saturday will be cold but sunny before another storm for Sunday.
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) --- Lows tonight in the 'burbs will be in the single digits. At least the winds will be light so we have no low wind chills to worry about. We will finish the month on a cold note. That would be fitting for this February. It looks like this February will be the 18th coldest at National/Downtown and the second coldest at Dulles behind February 1979. Temperatures won't make it much above freezing Saturday but we will have lots of sun. Once again moisture will over-ride our cold air. This time, however we are talking about sleet and freezing rain not a snow event like last Saturday. A wintry mix will develop either side of noon Sunday. Daytime highs will remain below freezing so try and stay off the roads Sunday afternoon and evening.
Keep your umbrella handy next week. Next week looks unsettled with multiple rain chances.
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Clear to Partly Cloudy
& Very Cold
LOW TEMPS: 8 - 18
WINDS: NW 5 - 10
Partly Cloudy &
HIGH TEMPS: Around 32
Partly to Mostly Cloudy
& Still Cold
LOW TEMPS: 14 - 24
Cloudy & Cold
with a Mix developing around Noon
HIGH TEMPS: 28 - 32 (Rising at night)
WINDS: SE 5 - 10