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7:00 AM | Another chilly day and then pretty cool again on Wednesday, but temperatures will spike on Thursday with 70 degrees possible

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mostly cloudy skies, cold, highs in the mid-to-upper 40’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, maybe a rain or snow shower late, lows in the lower 30's


Mostly cloudy, chilly early, but turning milder late, cannot rule out a little rain in the morning perhaps even mixed with sleet and then a shower or two possible during the afternoon, mid-to-upper 40's for highs late in the day

Wednesday Night

Mostly cloudy, mild, chance for some rain and fog, low-to-mid 40's for lows


Cloudy, quite mild, breezy, showers likely and maybe a thunderstorm, near 70 degrees


Partly sunny, colder, chance for rain showers, mid 50's


Partly sunny, even colder, mid 40’s


Mainly sunny, still rather chilly, near 50 degrees


A weak disturbance will be passing through the region early today with clouds and the clouds should linger during the afternoon as well along with chilly temperatures for this time of year. High pressure area will shift off the east coast later in the day and this will open the door for a warm frontal passage on Wednesday and then temperatures should spike on Thursday. In fact, temperatures are likely to soar to 70 degrees on Thursday – the warmest day of the week – but the mild conditions will also be accompanied by showers and perhaps even a thunderstorm. It’ll turn colder at the end of the week following a strong cold frontal passage and this overall colder-than-normal weather pattern is likely to continue right into April.