What to Know
- St. Patrick’s Day will be cold and cloudy with high temperatures in the 40s and lows in the 30s.
- Some areas saw a mix of rain and snow.
- The temperatures will warm up Sunday, when highs are projected in the mid-50s with sunshine.
Rain and snow is wrapping up and making way for a chilly night for St. Patrick's Day revelers.
Saturday has been cold and cloudy with high temperatures in the 40s and Storm Team4 says temperatures drop to the the 30s tonight.
Some areas of our region saw a mix of rain and snow earlier Saturday. The last of the rain drops and flakes will move out this evening.
Sunday will be warmer and sunny, with highs in the mid-50s, Storm Team4 said.
On Monday, temperatures will cool down again as a system moves toward the area on Tuesday and Wednesday. The impact the storm could have on the D.C. area is unclear.
Storm Team4 predicts a 60 percent chance of a wintry mix Tuesday and a chance of a mix again Wednesday.