Washington, D.C. Forecast: Wind Chill in the 20s-30s Thursday

      This Afternoon: Breezy and Cold

      Highs: Upper 30s to Lower 40s | Wind Chill: 30s

      Tonight: Partly Cloudy

      Lows: Upper 20s-Lower 30s | Wind: W 10

      Friday: Partly Cloudy

      Highs: Near 50 | Wind: W 10-15

      The first full day of spring is behaving much more like winter.{} Some of us woke up to a coating of snow on the grass. Check out this photo from Steve Zubrick of Herndon, VA.{}{}

      Steve Zubrick- Herndon, VA

      The low temperatures this morning were in the Upper 20s to low 30s.{}

      Morning Lows

      {}{} But the wind chill factor was in the low 20s.{} The wind chill will be the most noticeable factor in our weather today.{} The temps will be very slow to warm. While we should reach low 40s, it will feel like 30s at best this afternoon.{} High pressure builds in tomorrow and early into the weekend, so we will have more sunshine, with highs around 50.{} While that is progress from today, it is still unseasonably cool.{} Our average high today is 58.{} In case you missed Bob Ryan's blog last night, he noted that it could be worse. On this date in 1885 we had a string of days where the high reached 20, 31, 27, and then 28 degrees before recovering.{} Moving onward, the end of the weekend and early next week still looks interesting.{} Snow (along with rain mix likely) is expected Sunday night and Monday.{} Stay tuned for any changes and more details on that. Steve Rudin will have you covered this weekend and you can follow him on Twitter @SteveRudinABC7