Weather Forecast from NBC Storm Team 4 (Updated 5:20 p.m., Saturday, March 28)

Near record cold tonight

Flurries are possible until 7 p.m. this evening, then winds will diminish and skies will begin to clear. Outside of the Beltway, temperatures will drop into the low 20s, even upper teens in the most rural areas! Washington drops to 26. So Sunday morning, prepare for near record cold temperatures. After a frigid start, sunny skies, light winds and warmer air will make it the better of the two weekend days.

Some light showers are possible Monday morning with sunshine breaking out by the late morning and midday hours. Some rain is likely later in the day on Tuesday, during the evening commute. Thursday and Friday will be mild with highs in the mid to upper 60s.

TONIGHT: Becoming clear & cold as winds diminish and flurries end

Lows: Low 20s in the suburbs, 26 DC

Wind: NW 10-20…5-10

Sunday: Sunny & still chilly, but warmer

High: 49

Winds: WNW-SW 5-10

Monday: Light showers possible early, otherwise becoming mostly sunny & breezy later

High: 64

Winds: SW 5-10…10-25

Tuesday: Partly cloudy, showers likely during the afternoon/evening

High: 60

Wednesday: Mostly sunny

High: 56