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7:00 AM | * Powerful wind gusts from mid-afternoon through the evening following strong cold frontal passage*


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7:00 AM | * Powerful wind gusts from mid-afternoon through the evening following strong cold frontal passage*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Periods of rain this morning and cool, some clearing possible this afternoon and and becoming milder, winds will pick up dramatically by mid-afternoon with gusts past 50 mph possible, highs later today in the low-to-mid 60’s


Mainly clear and turning colder, strong winds during the evening with gusts to 50 mph possible, winds slacken off after midnight, lows by morning in the upper 30’s


Mainly sunny, still quite breezy, cool, upper 50’s

Tuesday Night

Mainly clear, brisk, cold, low-to-mid 30’s


Mainly sunny skies, milder, near 60 degrees


Cloudy, warm, showers likely, maybe a thunderstorm, upper 60’s


Mainly cloudy, still warm with showers possible, upper 60’s


Mainly sunny, a bit cooler, upper 50’s


A strong cold front will sweep through our region today and it will not go through unnoticed. Rain this morning can fall briefly heavily at times and - in the wake of the frontal passage later today - winds will intensify dramatically with possible wind gusts to 50 mph from mid-afternoon through the evening. High pressure will build into the region by tomorrow as a chilly air mass settles in on the region. It’ll turn milder later this week, but then a strong cold front arrives this weekend and this frontal passage will usher in a colder-than-normal stretch of weather for the eastern US beginning on Sunday and lasting for much of the first ten days of April.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.