From the ABC 7 Weather team

Less wind across D.C. today but still unseasonably cold

January 14, 2011 - 07:32 AM
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TODAY: Stray AM Flurries; Otherwise Partly Sunny and Less Windy
WINDS: W 5-10
HIGHS: Mid 30s

TONIGHT: Partly To Mostly Cloudy
LOWS: 20s

SATURDAY: Increasing Cloudiness; Late Day Flurries/Snow Shower
WINDS: SW 5-10
HIGHS: Around 40 

A weak disturbance continues to swing through the region this morning and may have just enough energy and moisture to squeeze out a few flurries. Otherwise, expect partly sunny skies to remain overhead with less wind and highs in the mid 30s.

High pressure will give way to an approching cold front Saturday allowing for increasing cloudiness and even a few late-day flurries or possibly a light brief snow shower. Things look quiet Sunday and even into Monday morning before clouds increase during the afternoon. It's possible Monday night that temperatures may be cold enough to support a wintry mix. However, a changeover to plain old rain is expected as temperatures warm back well into the 40s.

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