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Storm Team4 is tracking “a little chance for perhaps some snow,” in the D.C. area on Super Bowl Sunday, as Meteorologist Chuck Bell put it.
After high temperatures near 60 this week, a cold front is expected to come through on Sunday. There’s a 40% chance of snow, Bell said Wednesday.
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So far, the forecast models disagree on how much snow we could get, with one model predicting just a little snow for the D.C. area and the other predicting more. Storm Team4 and NBC Washington will keep you posted.
In the meantime, Wednesday and Thursday are set to be beautiful, with sunny skies and high temperatures in the mid- to high 50s. Friday and Saturday are expected to be a little cloudier.
Then the high temp Sunday drops to just 38.
"Snow isn't a guarantee, but the return of cold air is," Bell said on Twitter.
The start of next week is set to be about as chilly.