It is another cold day in the region as a high pressure sits to the north of the area. However, temperatures will gradually go up this week. Tonight though is the bump in the road we have to cross. An area of low pressure will move north of the region bringing snow with it after the late evening hours and through early tomorrow morning. Could see anywhere from a dusting to 1.00” around the DC area and up to 3” north and west of the viewing area. Everything out by 8AM but there is a chance that it could end as a brief period of wintry mix around the DC area early tomorrow morning. Some sunshine will return tomorrow afternoon and temperatures will warm into the mid to upper 40s. By Wednesday, clouds return but temperatures top out in the lower 50s. We are doing even better on Thursday in the temperatures department with highs in the mid to upper 50s and by Friday, we are talking about nearing 60 degrees. It is looking like a possibly a rainy Friday with a chance of storms (yes, thunderstorms).