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Today for a free inspection. 888888 home or visit home, paramount dot com. Jack Taylor, w T o P. Traffic and Mike Stanford has our forecast A cold front move across the region today. Very little cloud cover with this front so good deal of sunshine. It is gonna turn rather breezy as the front pushes through and highs will be in the mid to upper forties so colder than yesterday's 55, but still a bit above average. It'll be clear and colder overnight and also in the upper teens to mid twenties. Ah, good deal of sunshine but windy and sharply colder on Saturday highs on Saturday. Only in the low to mid thirties windshields would be in the single digits and teens for much of the day. That's a sunshine breeze it and the weekend on Sunday Hi Separate 30 Slower forties. We'll see rain developing on Monday that rain made mixed with their change over to snow, sleet and freezing rain, especially across the northern and Western suburbs. Highs on Monday will be in the mid to upper thirties. I'm stomping for meteorologist Mike Stanford, just 26 degrees and Chantilly 36 in Penn Quarter and 37 right now in Colombia, brought to you by patient First physicians, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. 41 now, and President Joe Biden wants to extend the last remaining nuclear arms control treaty between the U. S and Russia, which is set to expire in less than two weeks. Russian President Vladimir Putin, through a spokesperson said that Russia is in favor of extending the pact and is waiting to see the details of the U. S proposal. The White House said that yesterday that Biden has proposed to Russia a five year extension of the new start treaty. That treaty signed in 2010 limits each country to no more than 1550 deployed nuclear warheads. It expires February. 5th, the Pennsylvania woman.