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Washington, D.C. weather foreast: Flurries overnight, colder air on the way

January 18, 2014 - 11:00 PM
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Look for a few flurries overnight and clearing tomorrow. A strong cold front late Monday will bring another round of cold weather.

Turning Mostly Cloudy, Flurries Possible
Lows: 18°-24°
Wind: West 5-10 mph
Mostly Sunny by Afternoon
Highs: 37°-43°
Wind: South 10-20 mph
Martin Luther King, Jr Day:
Mostly Sunny and Mild
Highs: near 50°
Wind: Southwest 8-12 mph


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A fast moving clipper will zip across the mid-Atlantic overnight bringing a chance for snow showers in the mountains and flurries closer to the District. Lows will be in the teens to lower 20s. Skies will gradually clear Sunday as temperatures rebound to the upper 30s and lower 40s. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr day will be the mildest of the next seven, with highs pushing 50 degrees.

A strong cold front will bring added clouds and a chance for flurries Monday night. Frigid cold will stick around for the remainder of the work week with highs slightly below freezing and overnight lows only in the teens.

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