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7:00 AM | Soaking rain late Saturday into early Sunday to be followed by a cold week

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7:00 AM | Soaking rain late Saturday into early Sunday to be followed by a cold week

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly cloudy, not as cold, cannot rule out a touch of drizzle this morning, highs in the middle 40’s

Tonight

Partly cloudy, cold, lows in the upper 20's

Friday

Cloudy, mild, chance for some PM shower activity, mid 40’s

Friday Night

Mainly cloudy, chilly, showers or drizzle likely, mid-to-upper 30’s

Saturday

Cloudy, mild, showers or drizzle likely at times, steadier and heavier rain likely at night, near 50 degrees

Sunday

Cloudy early with lingering showers, partly sunny late, quite mild, mid-to-upper 50’s

Monday

Much colder, windy with mainly sunny skies, near 40 degrees

Tuesday

Mostly sunny, cold, upper 30’s

Discussion

High pressure will drift off the northeastern US coastline over the next couple of days and this will allow for some continued moderation in our temperatures. Moisture will push in our direction from the southern states late in the week and showers should break out here from late Friday into Saturday. A second and more important system is likely to throw rain our way late Saturday into early Sunday - some heavy at times - and then much colder air will follow for early next week. A reinforcing second blast of Arctic air will arrive here by the middle of next week. This mid-week Arctic frontal passage will have plenty of upper-level support which could result in snow showers or perhaps even snow squalls in some of the Mid-Atlantic region.