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7:15 AM | Persistent pattern continues with morning low clouds and fog followed by partial afternoon sunshine and warmth; cooler this weekend

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Morning fog, low clouds and possible drizzle then becoming partly sunny, warm, near 70


Mostly cloudy, mild, fog possible late, mid-to-upper 50’s


Early morning fog then becoming partly sunny, breezy, warm, highs in the mid-to-upper 70’s

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, mild, mid 50’s


Mainly sunny, still pretty warm, near 70


Mostly cloudy, cooler, showers possible; especially, late in the day or at night, upper 50’s


Mainly cloudy, cool, some rain possible, low-to-mid 50’s


Mostly sunny, warmer, near 60


Low-level moisture continues to help in the generation of some early morning fog around here, but sunshine will return by later this morning and temperatures will soar once again to near 70 degrees. The warmest day of the week is likely to be on Thursday when temperatures should reach the mid-to-upper 70’s along with partial sunshine and breezy conditions. A noticeable cooling trend; however, will take place this weekend and at the same time the threat for showers will increase as the much weakened remains of the heavy rain that has been plaguing the south-central states heads in our direction. In fact, temperatures might be confined to the low-to-mid 50's on Sunday with possible periods of rain. The weekend cooling trend will likely reverse course early next week, but it will be hard to get up to the same lofty levels that we've enjoyed this week. Elsewhere, more heavy rain will fall today in two separate parts of the country including the Deep South from Arkansas to Louisiana and the Pacific Northwest from Washington to northern California. Also, the cherry blossoms have reached full bloom in Washington, DC and will be for the next few days. The temperatures in DC are averaging some 10 degrees above normal for the month of March so far.