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7:00 AM | Coastal storm threat to monitor for late Sunday/Monday

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7:00 AM | Coastal storm threat to monitor for late Sunday/Monday

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

More clouds than sun, milder, mid-day and afternoon showers likely, possibly a thunderstorm or two, highs in the lower 70’s

Tonight

Mainly cloudy, chilly, scattered showers possible, maybe a thunderstorm, lows late in the mid 40’s

Thursday

Mainly cloudy, still mild, chance of showers, near 65 degrees

Thursday Night

Mainly cloudy, cool, chance of showers, low 40’s

Friday

Partly sunny, cooler, shower threat later in the day, mid-to-upper 50’s

Saturday

Mainly sunny, colder, near 50 degrees

Sunday

Mainly cloudy, cold, chance for rain or snow late in the day or at night, mid-to-upper 40’s

Monday

Mainly cloudy, cold, windy, chance for rain or snow early, upper 40’s

Discussion

Today will likely turn out to be the mildest day of the week with temperatures climbing into the 70’s, but it’ll stay unsettled as well with a good chance of showers this afternoon and early tonight and maybe a thunderstorm or two. A cold front will approach on Thursday keeping it unsettled around here and a downward trend in temperatures will begin following the passage of that front. A secondary cold front will produce another threat for showers in the Mid-Atlantic region late Friday and then building high pressure to our north will usher in progressively colder air this weekend. By late Sunday, there are signs that a storm will form near the east coast and this potential storm could actually bring snow to portions of the Northeast US and Mid-Atlantic region, but there are still several days to go to this possible event so stay tuned – we’ll monitor it closely.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

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