D.C. Forecast: A few snow flurries in an otherwise sunny, seasonable weekend

      This Afternoon: Mostly Sunny, Seasonably Chilly

      Highs: 42-45 | Wind: NW 5-10 mph

      Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Snow Showers Possible

      Lows: 22-31 | Snow: 50% Chance

      Sunday: Partly Sunny, A Bit Milder

      Highs: 44-48 | Wind: SW 5 mph

      Yesterday's 46 degree high at Reagan National marked the mildest day of this young new year.{} It added to what is now the 6th warmest DC winter to date{}in the past 142 years of record keeping.{} This warmer than normal trend that started on{}December 1st is not expected to change dramatically in the near future.{} Indeed, after a cool weekend{}with highs in the 40s, the coming week looks to warm into the 50s by Tuesday and{}near 60 by week's end.{} And while some snow{}flurries or showers are possible late tonight into Sunday morning, the{}near absence of snow this season{}is also expected to continue through the coming{}week:{}only rain looks likely from Thursday into{}Friday.

      A warm front{}passing through the area overnight, coupled with low temperatures in the upper 20s, could produce some light snow tonight.{} But little to no accumulation is expected and should not be a factor in what looks like a mostly sunny Redskins Sunday with highs in the mid to upper 40s at game time.{} Enjoy your weekend!{}