Still tracking rain/wintry mix for Super Bowl Sunday. Plan for a slippery Sunday night.

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- A Wind Advisory is in place through midnight. Winds could gust over 40 mph until midnight driving wind chills below zero.

Saturday will start out breezy and remain cold; however, there will be more sunshine. Wind chills Saturday morning will range from -5 to +5. The winds will diminish in the afternoon

The next chance for rain or a snow/mix will be Sunday afternoon/night as a more potent storm heads our way. There is still some uncertainty as to where the rain/snow line will end up with this storm. Lately, the rain/snow line is trending long the Mason Dixon line but we will continue to monitor closely.

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Please check out our Severe Weather Guide.

TONIGHT:
Clear, Windy & Very Cold,
Wind Chills: - 5 to 10 above

LOW TEMPS: 10s
WINDS: NW 15 - 30 +

SATURDAY:
Mostly Sunny & Quite Cold,
Breezy Early

HIGH TEMPS: Low 30s

WINDS: NW 10 - 15

SATURDAY NIGHT:
Partly Cloudy & not as Cold,
Some high Clouds by Dawn

LOW TEMPS: 20s
WINDS: SW 5 - 10

SUNDAY:
Mostly Cloudy & Cold,
PM Snow or Mix developing

HIGH TEMPS: 35 - 40
WINDS: SW to SE - 10

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