As protesters across the country take to the streets today, many will have to deal with a winter storm that will spread throughout the northeast.
In the capital of the country: People who march in Washington can expect light gusts and a winter mix at the beginning of the day. That precipitation should turn into rain in the afternoon, but temperatures are only expected to rise between 30 and 30 degrees.
More to the north: The marches in the northeast will not have to deal with that precipitation until later in the day. New York will not see snow until around 4 p.m. and Boston will not have snow until the night.
But it's going to be cold. While temperatures are expected to reach half of 30, you will feel more like in the 20s, thanks to the feeling of the wind.
Read more about the winter weather this weekend here.