Snow might come to the D.C. area this weekend, but anyone hoping for another Snowmageddon will be disappointed.
The National Weather Service reported there's a possibility of rain and snow in the D.C. area from about 4 a.m. to 9 a.m. Saturday and after 3 p.m. (only a chance of rain is in the forecast for the middle of the day). Forecasters also predict a chance of snow Saturday evening, primarily before 9 p.m.
Little or no accumulation is expected in D.C. and the closest suburbs, and there's a possibility of less than half an inch of accumulation in areas to the north and west of the city.
After a high temperature today of 51 degrees, Saturday's high will drop to about 42, with the mercury tumbling to a high of 32 on Sunday, forecasters said.
Any attempts to build a snowman this weekend will probably have to be saved for another time.