D.C. Forecast: After the snow, a cold & windy finish to the weekend

      This Afternoon: Cloudy & Chilly

      Highs: 34-38 | Precipitation: Light Accumulation

      Tonight: Partly Cloudy, Cold, Breezy

      Lows: 22-32 | Wind: NW 10-15+

      Sunday: Partly Sunny, Cold, Windy

      Highs: 34-39 | Wind: NW 15-20+

      The{}mix of rain and light snow is ending across the Washington area with little to no accumulation.{} However areas to the north and west{}remain under a Winter Weather Advisory and could see one to{}two inches of snow through the afternoon hours.{} The Advisory{}includes the counties of Montgomery, Howard, and Loudoun and{}extends through 6 PM.

      In the wake of today's fast-moving storm system, easterly winds will be replaced with strong northwesterly gusts that will make for a breezy overnight and then a blustery Sunday.{}

      While daytime highs today and tomorrow{}will be in the mid to upper 30s, Sunday will feel significantly colder; {}the 15 to 20 mph winds with higher gusts will produce wind chills in the 20s.{} And while those winds{}will diminish some by game time at FedEx tomorrow evening, the winds behind the Redskins' championship run will still be at gale force!