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7:00 AM | Weekend starts off real well and then goes downhill...significant rain event likely on Sunday night/early Monday

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Partly sunny skies, quite mild, an isolated shower and maybe an afternoon thunderstorm, most of the day will be rain-free, highs in the mid 70’s


Mainly cloudy early with a lingering shower possible then partly cloudy late, mild, lows by morning in the mid 50’s


Mostly sunny, a bit of a breeze, quite mild, upper 70’s

Saturday Night

Partly cloudy, turning colder late, upper 40’s


Increasing clouds, noticeably cooler, rain possible late in the day and at night, mid 60’s


Periods of rain in the morning, lingering showers in the afternoon, mild, upper 60’s


Partly sunny, mild, chance for a shower, upper 60’s


Mostly sunny, cooler, low 60’s


A weak frontal system is approaching the eastern states today and it is generating scattered showers in the Mid-Atlantic region this morning - perhaps there will be an isolated thunderstorm this afternoon. The weekend starts off real well with warm, dry conditions on Saturday, but then Sunday turns cooler along with increasing clouds. A significant rain event is likely in the DC metro region during Sunday night and early Monday as the overall weather pattern begins a transition to colder-than-normal weather which will be the dominate theme in the eastern two-thirds of the nation as we progress through the latter stages of April.