A cold front with a history of causing temperatures to drop by 20 to 30 degrees in less than an hour is headed for the D.C. region Saturday. Here's what you need to know.
WASHINGTON — Hope you enjoyed the brief stint of milder weather Friday because a cold front with a history of making temperatures tumble by 20 to 30 degrees in less than an hour has arrived in the D.C. area.
Saturday: Windy and much colder. Falling temperatures. Highs in the 30s.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and much colder still. Highs in the 20s.
Monday: Partly sunny and cold, but not windy. Highs around 30.
For Martin Luther King Jr. Day, temperatures will be chilly, around 30 with mostly sunny to partly sunny skies and a much lighter wind across the region. The next chance of snow will be with a little disturbance that rolls through the region late on Tuesday and into Wednesday, Ricketts said.