Washington at sunset (Angela Pan / Flickr) This afternoon, the temperatures reached about 40 or a few degrees warmer, but when you added in the wind, you felt rather in the 20s or 30s. winds dissipate fairly quickly with the sunset. With a clear sky and a cold air mass, you'll get one tonight. It seems like a good time to cuddle with a good book or a good movie. Listen to our daily forecasts in D.C .: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Echo | More options until tonight: the winds diminish rapidly with the sunset. Apart from a few occasional clouds, the sky is usually clear. With low dew points with very low humidity, we should see the temperatures drop rapidly on clear days and with quieter winds. The minimums range from about 20 to 27. See the current weather at the Washington Post. Tomorrow (Saturday): It's a bit like today. The sky is generally clear and the temperatures are colder than normal. The winds are probably lighter too, which helps a little. Sunday: When minimum temperatures close to 20 or 20 fall, the sky is cloudy and heading for Sunday – a blizzard blowing across our south. We may have snowflakes in this area, but if they do, they will not be a lot. The best chances of this are south of the city. Peaks range from mid-30s to around 40. See Camden Walker's forecast early next week. And if you have not already done so, join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. To learn more about traffic, check out Gridlock. Would you like to receive our 5 o'clock forecast on your inbox by e-mail? Subscribe here.