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7:00 AM | Cool and damp conditions today in the DC metro region; heavier rainfall stays to our east

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Cool and damp today with mostly cloudy skies, a touch of rain or drizzle possible during the mid-day and afternoon hours, highs struggle to reach the middle 70’s

Tonight

Cloudy, cool, still the chance for a bit of rain or drizzle, lows near 65 degrees

Wednesday

Mostly cloudy and damp early, some sun possible late, becoming a bit warmer, near 80

Wednesday Night

Mainly cloudy, mild, mid-to-upper 60’s

Thursday

The warmest day of the week with partial sunshine, warm and more humid conditions, good chance for PM showers and thunderstorms, mid-to-upper 80’s

Friday

Becoming partly sunny, cooler and less humid, low-to-mid 70’s

Saturday

Mostly cloudy, quite cool, showers possible, low 70's

Sunday

Partly sunny, still quite cool, chance for a shower, near 70

Discussion

Low pressure along the east coast will keep us damp and quite cool today with a persistent low-level ocean flow of air out of the northeast. The steady rain associated with this low pressure area will mainly affect areas to the south and east of Route I-95, but there can be a bit of rain or drizzle later today that reaches the big cities between DC and NYC. This low will gradually pull away from the coastline on Wednesday and overall weather conditions will improve somewhat later in the day with partial sun possible and there should be a bit of a rebound in afternoon temperatures. Thursday promises to be the warmest day of the week ahead of the next strong cool front with temperatures bouncing back to the mid-to-upper 80’s in many spots along with a noticeable rise in humidity levels. Showers and thunderstorms are likely on Thursday afternoon and evening with the frontal passage and then another cool air mass reaches the Mid-Atlantic region at the end of the work week. Temperatures this weekend will remain quite cool and there is the threat for showers in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Video

https://youtu.be/h0-7IDbmHaU