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7:00 AM | *Soaking rain event to end the work week...others are coming next week (late Monday/early Tuesday, late Thursday)*


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7:00 AM | *Soaking rain event to end the work week...others are coming next week (late Monday/early Tuesday, late Thursday)*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mostly cloudy, cool, highs in the low-to-mid 50’s


Cloudy and chilly, scattered showers possible before midnight, rain likely after midnight, lows in the mid 40’s


Periods of rain, some of the rain can be heavy and there can be a thunderstorm, cool, upper 50's

Friday Night

Mainly cloudy and chilly with showers likely, upper 40’s


Any lingering early morning clouds and showers will give way to partly sunny skies, mild, low 60’s


Mainly sunny, mild, low 60’s


Increasing clouds with rain likely late in the day and at night, mild, near 60 degrees


Mainly cloudy with more rain likely early, mild, near 60 degrees


An active weather will bring multiple low pressure systems across the country over the next week to ten days and each one of these systems can generate significant rainfall in the Mid-Atlantic region. The next wave of low pressure in this train of systems arrives here by early tomorrow and this end-of-week event is likely to be quite a soaker with up to two inches possible in much of the I-95 corridor from DC-to-Philly-to-NYC. Another low pressure system is already taking shape over the Pacific Ocean and this one could bring more rain to the region by late Monday/early Tuesday of next week. Beyond that, yet another system could produce significant rainfall around here on Thursday or so of next week. In addition to the rainfall in the Mid-Atlantic region, this active weather pattern is likely to produce significant snowfall in the Rocky Mountains and interior New England as well as severe weather in much of the central and southern US. In fact, up to a foot of snow is possible in both of these sections of the country by the weekend.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.