From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: Warm Up Slightly but Snow Showers and Winds Stick Around

January 24, 2014 - 02:00 PM
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Temperatures will move into the 30s for your Saturday but watching for some snow showers tomorrow afternoon!

This Afternoon:
Sunshine but Brisk
Temperatures: 20s
Wind Chill: Lower Teens/Single Digits
Overnight:
Still Breezy, Increasing Clouds
Lows: Mid Teens
Wind: SW 10-15 mph
Saturday:
PM: Light Snow Showers
Highs: Around 30
Wind Chill: Around 20

Plenty of sunshine today with high pressure building in across the region today but we will also experience some breezy conditions that will continue through the day and through the day tomorrow as well. That high will eventually slip off the coast tonight pushing in winds from the southwest as opposed to the northwest. Winds tomorrow will move in from the south but again, gusts up to 30 mph are expect. Temperatures tomorrow will move into the lower 30s with some locations making it right after the freezing mark. That won’t last long, another little clipper system will shoot into the region from the northwest bringing some snow showers with it. We could see up to an inch in some spots across the forecast area Saturday afternoon through Saturday night. By Sunday, temperatures remain in the upper 20s with some sunshine early. However, yet ANOTHER weak clipper system will move in Sunday night bringing some flurries to the area. Temperatures dip by mid next week into the lower to mid 20s for daytime highs.

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