Though we're not likely to be knee-deep in powder anytime soon, forecasters are calling for a few flakes across the area Monday afternoon and early evening.
The National Weather Service expects occasional flurries across Greenbelt through about 7 p.m., with winds averaging 15 mph from the west.
Temperatures are then projected to drop into the 20s overnight with partly cloudy skies. Tuesday looks to be a breezy one, with sustained winds between 14 and 21 mph and gusts of up to 31 mph forecast.
The good news? There's little in the way of precip on the horizon, and highs are expected to creep into the 50s by Saturday.