With millions of people expected to head to Washington this weekend, it's certainly a question on many people's minds: How cold is it going to be on Inauguration Day?
AccuWeather is predicting the high will be 35 degrees.
That's a little below the average high of 42 in Washington for the day - but not as bad as it could be, particularly in light of warnings that spectators may have to "stand outside in cold weather in a large crowd for up to six hours."
So it looks good for President-elect Obama to continue his lucky streak when it comes to the weather -- you'll recall that Obama's outdoor convention speech in Denver and his Election Night party in Chicago were free from precipitation.
"A lot of things could happen between now and then," senior meteorologist Tom Kines told the Post.