Meteorologist Chuck Bell, Forecast For Forecast for Saturday, January 29, 2011
The D.C. area could see another minor snow event Saturday following Wednesday's major mess.
Friday saw less than an inch of snow. Any precipitation Saturday afternoon mostly will affect areas north of D.C., including upper Montgomery County, Frederick County, Hagerstown and the Pennsylvania border, NBC Washington meteorologist Chuck Bell said. D.C. could get a few flakes.
Any snowfall should be done by early evening.
Since temperatures Saturday afternoon will be above freezing, the snow shouldn't stick to the roads. Bell anticipated no weather-related problems other than those lingering from Wednesday evening's snowstorm.
Sunday will be warmer, with high temperatures around 40 degrees, but the following week will be colder. There's a chance of some snow late Tuesday and wintry mix Wednesday.
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