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Posted at 11:10 AM ET, 01/16/2009

Inauguration Weather Forecast: Count on Cold

By Capital Weather Gang

CWG's Full Forecast Through Inauguration Weekend

Tuesday, January 20, 2009
20-25F 27-32F Partly cloudy 20%
There's little doubt left it's going to be a cold day (but nothing like today in the D.C. area, where wind chills are in the single digits), and maybe a bit breezy. Temperatures will probably start the day in the low 20s and climb to the low 30s by afternoon.

There's also little doubt about the chances of a big storm: slim to none. As of now, it doesn't appear we'll see anything more than the chance of some flurries, if that.

Confidence: Medium

*Swearing in is scheduled for noon.


Clinton, 1993: Noon Temp: 40F. It was sunny and pleasant.

History fact courtesy National Weather Service.

Related Links: Inauguration Weather Features | Previous Inauguration Weather Forecasts | Inauguration Central

By Capital Weather Gang  | January 16, 2009; 11:10 AM ET
Categories:  Inauguration, Inauguration Forecasts  | Tags:  inaugural forecast, inaugural weather, inauguration forecast, inauguration weather, inauguration weather forecast, obama forecast, obama weather  
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maybe there won't be riots. This is God's way of disaproving obama.

Posted by: charlietuna666 | January 16, 2009 10:55 PM | Report abuse

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