Tonight: Mostly Clear, Cold
Lows: Around 30 | Wind: Light
Friday: Morning Sun, PM Clouds & Chance Rain
Highs: Near 50 | Wind: S 4-8
Saturday: Morning Mix, Then Flurries, Colder
Highs: Around 40 | Wind: Bec. NW 10-20+
High pressure has produced another beautiful winter day across the region. Skies will remain clear tonight and temperatures will drop below freezing at most locations. Mostly sunny skies are likely tomorrow morning but clouds will return during the afternoon. A developing southerly breeze will boost temperatures to the 50 degree mark. By tomorrow night, a cold front will be sweeping through the Great Lakes towards our area. There is a good chance that areas of snow (well N and W of D.C.) and rain will develop before sunrise. As colder air settles in Saturday morning, the rain may mix with or change to snow before ending. The next area of high pressure will build into the region Saturday afternoon with strong winds and falling temperatures. Sunday will be sunny, windy and even colder with high temperatures forecast to be in the middle 30s. Another warming trend will begin on Monday.