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Frontal Fury

Jason Samenow @ 1:23 AM

Weekend Forecast

Be ready for changeable weather today as a strong cold front blows through late in the afternoon. After chilly morning lows in the 20s, we may reach 50 or so by the mid afternoon, but I'd caution folks from treating this like a balmy day despite *other* forecasts for highs in the upper 50s (temperatures are going to start off cold, and clouds should prevent temperatures from rising dramatically). Scattered showers are possible this afternoon (30% chance) as the front comes through. Tonight, it will turn blustery and very cold, with temperatures falling to 20-25.

As high pressure builds in tomorrow, expect lots of sunshine, but temperatures a good 15-20 degrees colder than today, with highs in the mid 30s.

Pictured: Sunshine was plentiful, but conditions were breezy and cool yesterday in Chinatown. By photographer Ian Livingston.


  • Today's Washington Post warns the mild winter may mean more pests for the area this spring and summer. Is the White House hiring new staff?
  • If you're bored today, you might play around with WeatherBug maps website. This site is a great resource for checking out live local conditions anywhere in the U.S. down to the neighborhood level.
  • On the other hand, WeatherBug's Videocast (which Steve mentioned yesterday) is pretty cheesy. I'll offer my full review of that tomorrow.
Snow Lover's Crystal Ball
Next Chance of Accumulating Snow: Feb 27-28 (overnight)
Probability: 25%
Potential Impact:
Commentary: A weak Alberta Clipper moving into our region may spread light snow during the overnight hours Monday into Tuesday morning.

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