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Wintry Cold, Snow Chances to Return to DC Area by Super Bowl Sunday

Storm Team4 is on snow watch for Super Bowl Sunday, but there's a 40% chance for no snow — only rain

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The Washington, D.C., area is enjoying a taste of spring-like weather before wintry cold — and a chance for snowflakes — returns over the weekend.

Sunny and mild days will continue until Saturday, when two cold fronts are set to send temperatures tumbling and ramp up chances for precipitation, Storm Team4 says.

Friday will be breezy and mild, with temperatures near 60.

On Saturday, high temperatures in the mid-50s will likely occur around lunchtime. Rain could arrive by early evening and then mix with snow later.

There’s an 80% chance of precipitation on Super Bowl Sunday. We will see a period of light snow early on Sunday, although it won’t amount to much and roads should be OK. Afternoon temperatures will only get into the mid-30s. The snow will end well before temperatures can fall below freezing on Sunday evening, Storm Team4 says.

Accumulating snow is not guaranteed, but weather models suggest it would come between 1 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Sunday. As of Thursday night, weather models are suggesting lower snow totals, anywhere from 0 to 1 inch. Stay with Storm Team4 as the forecast continues to develop.

It will still feel wintry cold on Monday with temperatures below freezing all day. Temperatures are set to reach the 40s on Tuesday, 50s on Wednesday and 60° again by Thursday.

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