Some areas west of the D.C. metro region are seeing snow flurries and sleet Monday as a light wintry mix moves through.
Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist said areas along and east of I-95 can expect mostly rain, but some people have reported seeing sleet and flurries.
Temperatures were in the high 30s and low 40s for most of the region early Monday evening. If you do see any flurries, don't expect them to stick since the temperatures are above freezing, Kammerer said.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for the Blue Ridge Mountains.
As the sun sets and temperatures get cooler, some more areas west of D.C. might see snow, Kammerer said.
Stay with News4 for updates to this forecast.