The D.C. area is in for another blustery, wind-chilled day on Thursday, then near-freezing temperatures overnight.
Strong northwest winds will average 20-30 mph — with gusts between 35-45 mph — most of the afternoon, Storm Team4 Meteorologist Chuck Bell said.
Temperatures will only get above 50° for a few hours Thursday afternoon.
By Thursday night, temps will drop into the 30s again, and frost or freeze warnings are possible. The wind is set to ease up after sunset.
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The weather will improve Friday, with more sunshine, less wind and highs in the low to mid-60s.
Saturday morning and afternoon are shaping up to have the best weather of the weekend for outdoor activities. A period of moderate rain is expected from sunset Saturday to about noon Sunday, and then wind will return.
By Monday, the D.C. area is transitioning to warmer weather: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday all look to reach the low to mid-80s.
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