PM Update: Cold Blast Bears Down
Mostly cloudy skies kept highs to around 40 this afternoon. But now it's time to say goodbye to the 40-degree mark...for a while. A first in a series of cold fronts will race through the region this evening, dropping temperatures through the 30s after dark. A scattered rain shower or snow flurry is possible this evening, but should be the exception rather than the rule.
Tonight: There's a small chance someone might see a sprinkle or flurry before skies begin to clear late this evening. The main attraction, however, will be gusty overnight winds and dropping temperatures. Late-night winds will gust to near 30 mph from the northwest as lows dip to the low 20s.
Tomorrow: Lingering early-morning winds and lows in the low 20s will mean wind chills in the teens to start the day. Winds should decrease substantially by late morning or lunchtime, as mostly sunny morning skies give way to increasing afternoon clouds and highs only in the low 30s.
See Matt Rogers' forecast through Inauguration weekend.
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