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7:00 AM | Showers today can be heavy at times; warm for the rest of the week, but colder air will reach the Mid-Atlantic by Sunday

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mainly cloudy, warm and more humid, occasional showers and possibly a thunderstorm or two, some of the rain can be heavy at times, highs in the upper 70’s


Mostly cloudy, mild, occasional showers and possibly a thunderstorm, some fog possible late, upper 60’s


Some fog and clouds in the morning and then partial afternoon sunshine, very warm, humid, an occasional shower or thunderstorm possible, but mostly rain-free, low-to-mid 80's

Wednesday Night

Becoming partly cloudy, cooler late, upper 50’s by morning


Mostly sunny, warm, but a little less humid, near 80


Mostly sunny, warm, near 80


Partly sunny, cooler, near 70


Mostly cloudy, cool, chance for showers, mid 60’s


A large area of moisture that had its origins over the tropical Pacific Ocean has made its way to the Mid-Atlantic region and we'll experience occasional showers today some of which can be heavy at times. It’ll become warmer and more humid today and that higher humidity will stick around on Wednesday as well. A weak cool front will slip through by early Thursday and while it’ll still be quite warm, humidity levels will drop slightly for Thursday and Friday. Meanwhile, a big weather story across the country later this week will be an invasion of much colder air into the Rockies and Northern Plains and the strong frontal system at the leading edge of that colder air mass should reach the east coast this weekend. The overall weather pattern looks quite chilly in much of the country including the Mid-Atlantic region once we get past this warm week and into the early part of next week.