PM Update: Cold & Getting Colder, Flakes?
Passing flurries possible; Thursday wind chills in the teens
Consider today the start of our cold snap, which should last through the inauguration. Highs only made it to near 30 this afternoon, and a brisk breeze from the northwest around 10-15 mph held wind chills in the teens until winds subsided midday. Partly cloudy skies could yield some snowflakes as temperatures fall back through the 20s this evening.
Tonight: A passing disturbance will mean partly to mostly cloudy skies and could produce a few snow showers or flurries, especially north of the District. Accumulation isn't likely, and at most would be a dusting. Lows should fall to the upper teens and low 20s.
Tomorrow: Thursday will be partly sunny, windy and very cold with a chance of snow flurries. Highs will probably only reach the upper 20s at best. Some spots might not get past the mid 20s. Winds from the northwest at 15-20 mph (with some higher gusts) will keep wind chills in the teens all day.
See Dan Stillman's forecast through the Inauguration.
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