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Weekend forecast + a feature to watch...

Jason Samenow @ 1:05 AM

Things in the weather world can change pretty quickly. As soon as I talk about the possibility of having a snowless February, signs of a *possible* snowmaker emerge. Before I get to that, a look at the weekend...

Today looks to be pretty nice. Mostly sunny skies, with a high near 50. The warmest temperatures look to be in the early afternoon. Don't be surprised if by late afternoon you sense a chill in the air.

Saturday night, the bottom drops out as Arctic air filters in--expect lows in the teens.

For Sunday, it will be cold with temperatures struggling to get above freezing. The southern storm gets a little close for comfort by Sunday night, spreading the possibility of snow as far north as Richmond.

A cold day on Monday before the weather potentially turns interesting on Tuesday. There's some indication another coastal low may form off the SE Coast and come close enough to spread precipitation over the area beginning Tuesday night. Enough cold air may remain in place for snow. Right now, this is a very low confidence forecast, but enough guidance suggests the possibility to mention it. Stay tuned.

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