Rain continues to drench the D.C. region Saturday afternoon after sleet and light snow showers moved through earlier in the day.
A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 p.m. for areas west of Interstate 95.
Light snow showers came through early Saturday morning before a wave of rain, freezing rain and sleet for some areas in the middle of the day.
Sleet and rain may be a nuisance in some areas. Especially north and west of Washington, it could cause tricky travel on untreated side roads. But it will be a good day to get moving indoors at the NBC4 Telemundo 44 Health & Fitness Expo.
All rain should be out by 7 or 8 p.m., Storm Team4 said.
Temperatures will gradually rise into the lower 40s Saturday night.
Sunday will be blustery with highs around 40 degrees and wind chills in the 20s to low 30s as skies become sunny.