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Last updated on December 9, 2022 at 6:36 p.m.

High pressure will keep the weather dry tonight into Saturday. Low pressure responsible for snow in Northern Illinois will slide south of the D.C. region early Saturday, and produce cloud cover and a patch or two of drizzle. Along the spine of the Alleghenies far west of Interstate 81 will be freezing drizzle and fog. North of I-66 will stay dry with plentiful sunshine on Saturday.

A separate system will sweep into southern New England on Sunday. Washington will be on the southern flank, so clouds return along with a few passing sprinkles to very light showers. A snowflake can’t be ruled out along the Mason-Dixon Line, but snow accumulation will stay confined to northern Pennsylvania into the Lower Hudson Valley. High pressure returns with a quiet and seasonable stretch of weather Monday through Wednesday.

THIS EVENING: Sunny, becoming clear after sunset. HIGH: Dropping through the 40s. 

TONIGHT: Clear, turning cloudy south. TEMPERATURE: Low to mid 30s.

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny, except cloudy south with possible drizzle early. HIGHS: Upper 40s.

SUNDAY: Cloudy with a few sprinkles/very light showers. HIGH: Low 40s.

MONDAY: Partly sunny. HIGH: Mid 40s.

TUESDAY: Sunny. HIGH: Mid 40s.

NBC Storm Team 4

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