Snow from Chicago to Kansas City and heavy rain in the South mean flight delays and cancelations at both Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Reagan National Airport (DCA) Friday.
As of 11:15 a.m. Friday, delays in Chicago had largely cleared up, but delays in Kansas City, St. Louis and other areas of the Midwest were increasing. Several flights to the STL and KCI airports have been canceled. Those delays are affecting some flights into and out of Dulles International and Reagan National airports.
Airlines are strongly recommending you check your flight's status prior to leaving for the airport.
Snow is falling in the Chicago area, across Michigan and in part of northeast Ohio and northwest Pennsylvania. Rain is spread across the southeastern states of Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.
Here in the DC area, rain is expected to start mid-afternoon, lasting through much of Saturday. Temperatures will be cold, but the metro area should not see any snow that accumulates.
The high temperature Friday will be 38 degrees. The low Friday night will stay above freezing (around 35 degrees) and the high Saturday will be 43 degrees.
The sun will return Sunday with temperatures rising into the upper 40s.