A storm blew through the D.C. area overnight, but it didn't drop much snow. After the storm, though, comes the coldest air of the season so far.
Any snow that fell likely didn't stick as temperatures reached well above freezing Wednesday and Thursday, NBC Washington meteorologist Doug Kammerer reported.
In anticipation of this small winter storm, the National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for parts of the Washington region until 9 a.m. Friday, including Frederick, Howard and Washington counties in Maryland and Berkeley and Morgan counties in West Virginia.
The precipitation ended by 5 a.m. in the D.C. area -- before most morning commutes -- but bundle up when you head out Friday. Temperatures will fall throughout the afternoon. Wind chills could drop into single digits by the end of the day.
Expect that cold to remain through the weekend. Kammerer predicted highs below freezing Saturday and Sunday.
Weather on the Web:
Get the latest weather from NBCWashington.com anytime, anywhere:
- Latest News4 Forecast: Click Here
- Severe Weather Alerts: Click Here
- Weather Maps: Click Here
- Complete Weather Coverage: Click Here
Follow Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer on Twitter and follow NBCWashington on Twitter and Facebook. Sign up for our e-mail newsletters and get breaking news delivered right to your mobile phone -- just text DCBREAKING to 622339 to sign up. (Message and data rates may apply.)