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!

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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!

TONIGHT:
Mostly Clear, Not as Cold

LOW TEMPS: 33 - 40
WINDS: E 5-10

FRIDAY
:
Partly to Mostly Cloudy & Milder

HIGH TEMPS: Around 60
WINDS: E/SE 5 - 15

FRIDAY NIGHT:
Mostly Cloudy
Slight Chance for Showers South of DC

LOW TEMPS: 39-46
WINDS: SE 5-10

SATURDAY:
Partly to Mostly Sunny & Seasonable

HIGH TEMPS: Mid 60s
WINDS:N 5-15

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