Cold Air Moves in Ahead of Inauguration

No severe storms in forecast for Inauguration Day

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    The coldest air the D.C. has had in a few winters is moving into the area, but it shouldn't be as cold for Inauguration Day.

    WASHINGTON -- The coldest air the D.C. has had in a few winters is moving into the area, but it shouldn't be as cold for Inauguration Day.

    Expect highs in the upper 20s and lower 30s Wednesday and the mid-to-upper 20s Thursday. There's also a chance for snow flurries Thursday.

    Then Friday, expect lows in the mid-teens and highs in the mid-20s before the weather begins to warm up Saturday.

    No big storms are in the forecast for Inauguration Day.

    Click here for the latest forecast, maps and radar.

    More Inauguration Links for Locals:

  • Looking for parties to go to, click here.
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