We hope you enjoyed Friday afternoon -- because the warm weather have dissolved into cold rain and snow over the weekend, StormTeam4 reports.
On Friday afternoon, temperatures soared to near 60, but in the evening, temperatures plunged, and chilly rain and wet snow have washed in.
In the evening, Loudoun, Frederick and western Montgomery counties were seeing snow, and more of the white stuff could show up throughout our region. A light coating is possible on grassy surfaces throughout the area, mostly to the north and west of the D.C. metro area, said StormTeam4 meteorologist Doug Kammerer.
We might get a little more snow Saturday, but total accumulation won't be more than an inch, Kammerer said.
Highs will stay in the 30s on Saturday, and Sunday will be windy and cold. Strong, gusty winds will send wind chills into the teens and 20s throughout the day.