D.C.-area forecast: Cold through the weekend as a snowstorm passes to our south on Sunday

A U.S. Park Police helicopter flies by the Washington Monument. (John Sonderman / Flickr) TODAY'S DAILY DIGIT 6/10: No major change compared to Friday, so we'll keep the digit going for another day. EXPRESS FORECAST Today: Mostly sunny. Highs: Near 40 to mid-40s. Tonight: Clouds increase late. Lows: Near 20 to mid-20s. Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy. Snow flurries possible. Highs: Mid-30s to near 40. This weekend is ending up a lot more peaceful than it could have been. In this case it is a strong, cold high pressure. While we might still see a few snowflakes fall from the sky View the current weather at The Washington Post headquarters. FORECAST IN DETAIL Today (Saturday): This is kind of a repeat, but with less wind. It's good news since it's not the greatest when it's cold. Under mostly sunny skies, and any wind is light out of the northwest. Confidence: High Tonight: Dry air is still entrenched in the region. It's another night with lows across the 20s. Some increase in clouds may be ongoing by sunrise. Confidence: Medium-High Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest updates. For related traffic news, check out Gridlock. Keep reading for the forecast through the weekend … Tomorrow (Sunday): Clouds are numerous. It is unlikely that we can not flirt at some point, especially south of the city. The main impact of the storm is in the upper 30s and lower 40s. Confidence: Medium Tomorrow night: Clouds diminish and the departing storm system. This should be the case in the coldest spot north or west, while most of the rest of the area ranges from 20 to 25. Confidence: Medium Get our daily forecasts on your Amazon. Click here to find out how. A LOOK AHEAD Skies are rather sunny, and temperatures like up somewhat for Monday. We're talking about the coldest time of year, I know that's not saying much. Area thermometers are mainly in the mid- and upper 40s. Confidence: Medium More of the Same by Tuesday. Skies continue to be sunnier than not, as temperatures rise into the mid- and upper 40s. Confidence: Medium SNOW POTENTIAL INDEX A daily assessment of the potential for at least 1 inch of snow in the next week, on 0-10 scales. 1/10 (↓): Looking for snow this weekend? Drive south.

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