Update: Conversational Snow Over, On to Obama
Icy patches in northern burbs. Inauguration forecast?
Today's flurries and periods of light snow were enough to coat the ground with a dusting to half-inch just north and west of the District (e.g., Herndon, Manassas, Rockville), and up to 1.5 inches further north (e.g., Gaithersburg, Columbia). Watch for icy patches forming this evening and overnight north of D.C., where roads have been slower to dry because of the higher snow totals.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with a light breeze and evening temperatures in the upper 20s to near 30, dropping to overnight lows in the low-to-mid 20s. As temperatures fall, look out for icy patches, mainly in the northern suburbs.
Inauguration Day: It's going to be very cold and breezy tomorrow with wind chills in the teens to near 20. A storm developing off the coast could produce some flurries or a passing snow shower, but probably nothing more than that. See more details in our Inauguration forecast module below, and Jason Samenow's forecast through Thursday.
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