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7:00 AM | A one-day spike in temperatures to be followed by a return of winter-like cold and possible snow showers

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Changeable skies today including some sunshine, becoming quite mild and breezy, occasional showers, but much of the time will be rain-free, maybe a thunderstorm late, highs in the low 70's


Occasional showers with a possible strong thunderstorm with downpours and gusty winds, breezy, turning colder late, lows by morning in the lower 40’s


Mainly cloudy, much cooler and still quite breezy, chance for rain showers in the morning, rain or snow shower possible in the afternoon, near 50 degrees early in the day

Friday Night

Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for a rain or snow shower, near 30 degrees


Lots of clouds, breezy, much colder, snow showers likely, near 40 degrees


Mainly sunny, cold, upper 40’s


Partly sunny, milder, maybe a shower, upper 50’s


Partly sunny, mild, near 60 degrees


A warm front passed through the region late yesterday and temperatures today will spike in the I-95 corridor; but this warm up will be rather short-lived. A strong cold front arrives this evening with showers and scattered strong thunderstorms and it will put an end to the quick burst of milder weather. Temperatures will begin a downward trend on Friday and that trend will continue into the weekend which will end up being well below normal for late March. In fact, this winter-like cold is likely to be accompanied by snow shower activity anytime from later tomorrow into Saturday as there will be lots of energy in the upper part of the atmosphere generating unstable conditions at the same time the colder air pours into the Mid-Atlantic region.