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7:15 AM | Very nice weather for the DC region for a long stretch

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Mostly sunny, pleasant, breezy, low 70’s

Tonight

Mostly clear, chilly, lows in the mid 40’s

Thursday

Mostly sunny, pleasant, upper 60’s

Friday

Mostly sunny, pleasant, near 70

Saturday

Mostly sunny, pleasant, mid 70’s

Sunday

Mostly sunny, pleasantly warm, upper 70’s

Monday

Mostly sunny, pleasantly warm, upper 70’s

Discussion

The return of sunshine yesterday signaled the arrival of a strong high pressure system that will now produce an extended period of nice weather. This high pressure system will dominate the weather picture in much of the eastern half of the country for the next several days as it becomes nearly stationary and that means lots of sunshine for us with pleasant temperatures. This prolonged dry period will allow for substantial drying of our still saturated grounds following the two very wet months of August and September in which more than 17 inches of rainfall was measured at Reagan National Airport. Elsewhere, early season cold and snow has developed out west with the Sierra Nevadas receiving accumulating snow as will parts of Utah and Colorado over the next few days. In the longer term, we’ll have to watch for the possibility of tropical storm development over the Gulf of Mexico which could eventually throw some moisture up the east coast late next week.

Video

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3i8zRbx_4g