Inauguration Forecast: Temperature May Reach 40, Snow Shower Possible
Snow showers still possible for the afternoon and evening.
The weather forecast for President Barack Obama's second inauguration suggests temperatures could be make it to 40 degrees or warmer as events get underway in Washington, D.C. on Monday.
Skies will be mostly cloudy, and there is a chance of snow showers after 1 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
The chance for precipitation is at 40 percent, with no significant snow accumulation expected.
Even though temperatures will be a little warmer than forecast last week, standing outside in non-sunny, 40-degree weather can get cold after a bit. If you're going to the inauguration ceremony or the parade, here are some tips for what to wear to stay warm.
Also check out our Presidential Inauguration and Parade Survival Guide for complete information on transportation, eating downtown and other must-know information.