By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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National Weather Service officials said Thursday that the D.C. area is likely going to dodge a storm that forecasters suggested might deliver the first substantial snowfall of the season and snarl evening commutes.
President Obama's second inauguration likely will play out against better weather than his first one did, escaping some of the historically bad D.C. conditions that have plagued past presidential swearings-in.
She said inaugural celebrants have a 30 percent chance of seeing snow, but the Weather Service doesn't forecast accumulation days in advance.
National Weather Service meteorologist Nikole Listemaa said temperatures for Inauguration Day are going to be in the mid- to upper 30s, with partly to mostly cloudy skies.