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Feeling Like Fall: Chilly Weather to Settle in DC Area

After a stretch of warmer-than-average November weather, two cold fronts will bring an autumnal chill to the D.C. area.

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Break out your favorite fall scarves and jackets, D.C.: Temperatures are going to tumble through the weekend.

One cold front brought rain, heavy at times, during the Friday morning commute and another is expected to push showers on Saturday. They'll also bring a chill to the air.

More than a half-inch of rain dumped on the D.C. area overnight, creating slippery conditions on roads. The National Weather Service warned they were getting reports of crashes on wet roads.

Rain has cleared out and Friday afternoon will get some sunshine along with breezy conditions and highs in the low 60s. The night will be seasonably chilly and clear.

Rain chances return Saturday afternoon. There’s a 40% chance of passing showers. Highs are set to reach the 50s around midday then fall back into the 40s.

It will be cold enough in the highest elevations of the Blue Ridge mountains and West Virginia that wet snow mixed with rain is possible. 

Sunday will be chilly with temperatures in the 30s overnight and highs barely reaching the 50°.

Most of next week is forecast to have highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s.

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