D.C.-area forecast: A frozen Saturday, with snow arriving Sunday afternoon, then changing to ice and rain

D.C.-area forecast: A frozen Saturday, with snow arriving Sunday afternoon, then changing to ice and rain

Today (Saturday): Clouds may tend to win out on the whole, although some periods of sunshine also seem likely. Cold air is flexing, so high temperatures are only in the 20s to perhaps near 30. If it weren’t for very dry air — dew points near zero at times — I’d wonder if we might see a flurry. In this case, it’ll be tough given the dryness. Winds are around 10 to 15 mph early but decreasing with time. Confidence: Medium-High Tonight: It’s a mix of stars and clouds. We should trend largely clear for a while, but clouds are on the increase again toward dawn. Lows range from the low teens to the low 20s. Winds are light. Confidence: High Tomorrow (Sunday): Clouds are increasing and lowering in the …
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