Potential Snow Event: Will Snowfall Bring Chaos to Your Area? Read on for the Latest Forecast and Find Out

Washington D.C., United States – The weekend weather forecast for Washington D.C. indicates cloudy skies and the possibility of light snow before a significant temperature drop, with low temperatures expected to linger throughout the weekend. The temperatures will rise above freezing today and tomorrow, but a cold front will cause a rapid drop in temperature over the weekend, potentially creating hazardous driving conditions.

Today, the weather will be mainly cloudy with minimal breeze, and highs ranging from 32 to 38. Tonight, there is a chance of light snow after midnight with calm winds and lows between 27 to 32. Tomorrow morning, light snow is expected with winds picking up in the afternoon, and highs ranging from 30 to 36.

The forecast predicts a moisture-limited snow event that may pretty up the city but could pose challenges for drivers. The article anticipates a bone-chilling weekend before a January thaw sets in next week.

On Thursday, cloudy skies are expected as temperatures climb above freezing, resulting in minor melting. The highs are expected to reach the mid-30s with minimal winds. Tonight, the clouds will thicken as moisture increases, possibly leading to snowfall in the pre-dawn hours.

The article advises readers to follow their social media accounts for the latest weather updates and forecasts for the weekend. Tomorrow, light snow is expected in the morning, with a possibility of accumulation to the north and northeast of Washington. However, the chance of snow in the District and points south has decreased.

Tomorrow night, cold air will surge back into the area with gusty winds, resulting in very low temperatures, and the weekend is expected to remain cold and windy. However, a warming trend is expected to begin on Monday, with highs reaching the upper 30s to lower 40s.