WASHINGTON -- The coldest air the D.C. has had in a few winters is moving into the area, but it shouldn't be as cold for Inauguration Day.
Expect highs in the upper 20s and lower 30s Wednesday and the mid-to-upper 20s Thursday. There's also a chance for snow flurries Thursday.
Then Friday, expect lows in the mid-teens and highs in the mid-20s before the weather begins to warm up Saturday.
No big storms are in the forecast for Inauguration Day.
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