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7:00 AM | Still on the cool side, but weekend turns warmer


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7:00 AM | Still on the cool side, but weekend turns warmer

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mainly cloudy, cool, quite breezy, light rain or drizzle at times, highs in the mid-to-upper 60’s


Mostly cloudy, cool, a touch of light rain or drizzle at times, patchy fog possible, lows near 55 degrees


Mainly cloudy, still on the cool side with a touch of light rain or drizzle, upper 60’s for afternoon highs

Friday Night

Mainly cloudy, cool, chance of light rain or drizzle, lows in the upper 50’s by morning


Becoming partly sunny and warmer, upper 70’s


Partly sunny, quite warm, low 80’s; showers possible late in the day or at night


Partly sunny, breezy, noticeably cooler, chance for a couple of early showers, near 70 degrees


Mainly sunny, cool, mid 60’s


Strong high pressure draped across southeastern Canada will keep a cool, moist ocean flow of air in place for the next couple of days in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor. As a result, temperatures will remain on the cool side; especially, when compared to the recent unusual warmth, and there can be some light rain or drizzle at just about any time into tomorrow night. By the weekend, this strong high pressure system will push off the coastline and our low-level winds will shift to more of a south-to-southwest direction and we’ll turn warmer - perhaps reaching the low 80's by Sunday afternoon. Another cold front will arrive here on Sunday night – perhaps with some light rain shower activity – and then strong high pressure will expand eastward from the Upper Midwest and we’ll turn cooler again to begin the new work week.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.