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7:00 AM | *Near record warmth in the East this weekend*

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7:00 AM | *Near record warmth in the East this weekend*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Areas of fog this morning then becoming partly sunny this afternoon, mild, highs in the low-to-mid 50’s

Tonight

Mainly cloudy, cool, cannot rule out a late night shower, lows near 40 degrees

Thursday

Partly sunny, mild, upper 50’s

Thursday Night

Mainly cloudy, cool, lows near 40 degrees

Friday

Partly sunny, quite mild, low 60's

Saturday

Partly sunny, quite mild, mid 60’s

Sunday

Mainly cloudy, quite mild, mid 60’s

Monday

Mainly cloudy, still mild, chance for showers, near 60 degrees

Discussion

Patchy fog developed in the overnight hours in much of the DC metro region and it'll be slow to burn off today with any sunshine limited to the afternoon hours. Weak area of low pressure will cross the region later today and tonight and it is likely to generate some more patchy cloudiness and perhaps a late night shower. High pressure builds back into the area during the next couple of days and it’ll turn much milder as we approach the weekend. In fact, 60+ degrees are likely each day this weekend for high temperatures and it should stay rain free. Looking ahead, the overall temperature pattern will change as we progress through the second half of December. One cold shot should arrive in the eastern US around the 17th of the month and then an even colder outbreak may arrive just before Christmas as we "step-down" to more normal cold.