D.C. Weather Forecast: Rain Moving North; Changing to Snow

This Afternoon: Cloudy and Chilly-Rain to sleet and snow south moving over DC by evening-No accumulation DC
Highs: 43­-35° (falling temps when snow begins after 4PM)
Wind: NW 5-10

Overnight: A few hours light wet snow then clearing and cold late. Icy spots by AM Rush
Lows: 25°-30°
Wind: NW 10 mph

Tomorrow: Slippery AM rush Partly to mostly sunny, breezy and cold.
Highs: 36-42°
Wind: NW 10-15+ mph

The last time Washington received an inch or more of snow was in January, 2011. This "storm" will remain south of DC so chances of getting even 1" within the Beltway are rapidly decreasing. The storm center will stay well south of our area and snowfall in the metropolitan area will be 1" or less between 4PM and 9PM. .2 or 3 inches will be possible across parts of Southern{ }MD and Stafford and Spotsylvania Counties in VA. Much more significant accumulations will fall farther south and southwest in the Old Dominion. Skies will clear overnight. Any slushy spots will be icy for the morning rush hour so watch out for that.

Skies{ }Sunny Sunny and breezy weather is forecast tomorrow{ }. Sunshine and milder temperatures here on Saturday, a few more clouds on Sunday. Much colder highs only in the 30s and{ } flurries{ } possible on Inauguration Day Monday.{ }