Weather Watch: First Look at Jan. 20 Forecast: 38 Degrees, Sunny
weather.com has its 10-day forecast available for the Washington area and shows, at this point at least, that Inauguration Day will be cold but sunny, with little chance of rain or snow. The service predicts a sunny day with a high of 38 degrees and low of 30 degrees. The days leading up to the inauguration show about the same forecast, sunny and high 30s. But native Washingtonians know not to count too much on these predictions, especially this far out, as weather around here changes rapidly. Right now, Jan. 15 looks the most threatening, with a forecast of 31 degrees and possible snow. If that storm system moves more slowly than expected, it could push into inaugural weekend. Stay tuned to Inauguration Watch or the Capital Weather Gang for your daily inauguration forecast.
David A Nakamura
January 11, 2009; 12:17 PM ET
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