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7:00 AM | Much colder today and Thursday with stiff E-NE winds; occasional rain or drizzle will accompany the chill and some patchy fog is likely; weekend looking nice

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Cloudy and much colder than yesterday with a stiff E-NE wind, there will be occasional rain or drizzle and some patchy fog is possible as well, temperatures held to near 50 degrees for highs

Tonight

Occasional rain or drizzle, cold, patchy fog possible, lows by morning in the lower 40’s

Thursday

Cloudy and cold conditions with occasional rain or drizzle likely, a stiff E-NE wind, patchy fog possible, near 50 degrees

Thursday Night

Cloudy, breezy, cold, chance for more rain or drizzle, patchy fog possible, mid-to-upper 40’s early with temperatures rising late

Friday

Mostly cloudy, breezy, becoming much warmer, showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm, upper 70’s

Saturday

Mainly sunny, breezy, mild, mid-to-upper 60’s

Sunday

Mostly sunny, mild, mid 60’s

Monday

Partly sunny, mild, maybe a shower late, mid-to-upper 60’s

Discussion

A meandering frontal system has been pushed southward in the Mid-Atlantic region during the overnight hours by a strengthening high pressure system which has expanded eastward from southeastern Canada into New England. This front will keep conditions unsettled around here right through Friday night with periods of rain, drizzle and fog. This front separates very mild air to the south and quite cold air to its north for this time of year. A persistent and stiff E-NE wind generated by the increasingly powerful high pressure system up north will ensure that DC, Philly and NYC remain on the cold side of the front right into tomorrow night. On Friday, this front will advance northward as a warm front as the strong high pressure system exits off the Northeast US coastline. As a result, our temperatures will jump as we close out the work week, but the threat for showers will continue as a cold front approaches from the west and thunderstorms are even possible. Drier weather is likely this weekend in the Mid-Atlantic region following the cold frontal passage along with pleasant temperatures.

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