It'll be chilly again tonight, but it won't drop below freezing in the Metro. The weather starts to improve in time for the weekend!
WASHINGTON (WUSA) -- It'll be another chilly night in the Metro, but not as cold as it has been. Expect clear skies and temps in the 30s, but not below the freezing mark. A Frost Advisory is in effect for counties north and west of the Beltway, such as Loudoun, Fauquier, Frederick, and northern Montgomery. However, there won't be a hard freeze anywhere in the Metro.
Friday is the start of a warmup in the DC Metro area. Friday afternoon's high temps will touch the 60-degree mark for most, and we'll be well into the 60s this holiday weekend. The next chance for rain doesn't arrive until next Tuesday!
Mostly Clear, Not as Cold
LOW TEMPS: 33 - 40
WINDS: E 5-10
Partly to Mostly Cloudy & Milder
HIGH TEMPS: Around 60
WINDS: E/SE 5 - 15
Slight Chance for Showers South of DC
LOW TEMPS: 39-46
WINDS: SE 5-10
Partly to Mostly Sunny & Seasonable
HIGH TEMPS: Mid 60s