Here’s a look at the weekend forecast!
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There will be a gradual “stepping down” into a much colder weather pattern in the mid-Atlantic states over the next four or five days, so we really need to EMBRACE Friday’s temperatures which will wind up mostly in the middle and upper 40s.
It looks like the steadier and heavier precipitation is tapering off for the afternoon but there will still be some rain and drizzle around. Temperature will continue to slowly rise with most places above the freezing mark, but there can still be some slick spots early on.
Metro says trains on four of its five lines will run every 20 minutes over the weekend while crews do work on the system.
Metro says it’s canceling planned track work that would have closed the Greenbelt station on the green line this weekend.
Another round of winter weather is heading into Maryland.
Bill Macatee joined Ed & Steve to talk about all the happenings in the NFL this weekend, and break down some games.
An apartment fire in Beltsville has forced at least 24 people out of their homes over the holiday weekend.
A narrow line of heavy rain and gusty wind crossed the area Friday morning and is heading off to the east. Despite lack of lightning, it did trigger the issuance of some watches and warnings for parts of the area.
Metro says shuttle buses will replace trains on a section of the blue and orange lines this weekend.
Metro riders will get a break from most work this weekend with four of the system’s five lines operating with regular weekend service.