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Posted at 11:00 AM ET, 01/13/2009

InaugurationCast: The Cold Should Hold

By Capital Weather Gang

CWG's Full Forecast Through Inauguration Weekend

INAUGURATIONCAST
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
MORNING LOW SWEARING IN* WEATHER CHANCE OF PRECIP
24-29F 29-34F TBD 25%
Confidence is growing, but not quite high, that colder than normal conditions will prevail on Inauguration Day with highs in the 30s. It's still too early to rule out precipitation, but the current thinking is that it's more likely on Sunday or Monday (Inauguration eve) than Inauguration Day itself. And even Sunday and Monday, the likelihood of precipitation (which would probably be snow) is on the low side. Confidence: Low-Medium

WEATHER OF INAUGURATIONS PAST

Reagan, 1981: Noon Temp: 55F. It was mostly cloudy and mild. History fact courtesy National Weather Service

*Swearing in is scheduled for noon.
 

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

By Capital Weather Gang  | January 13, 2009; 11:00 AM ET
Categories:  Inauguration, Inauguration Forecasts  | Tags:  dc weather, dc weather inauguration, inaugural forecast, inauguration forecast, inauguration weather, inauguration weather forecast, obama weather, washington inauguration weather  
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