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7:00 AM | Much cooler today with occasional, rainy period second half of the weekend


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7:00 AM | Much cooler today with occasional, rainy period second half of the weekend

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mainly cloudy with occasional showers, noticeably cooler than recent days, highs near 60 degrees


Mainly cloudy, cool, occasional light rain or drizzle, some patchy fog possible, lows in the lower 50’s


Mainly cloudy, becoming much warmer, PM showers likely, maybe a thunderstorm, near 80 degrees

Thursday Night

Mainly cloudy, mild, chance of showers and thunderstorms, low 60’s for lows


Partly sunny, still quite warm, chance of showers, maybe a thunderstorm, near 80 degrees


Increasing clouds, breezy, cooler, chance of rain late in the day or at night, mid 60’s


Mainly cloudy, cool, periods of rain likely, near 60 degrees


Partly sunny, not quite as cool, showers still possible early in the day, near 65 degrees


High pressure has pushed off the Northeast US coastline and low-level SE winds have brought us a deck of clouds and there will be occasional showers to go along with much cooler conditions compared to recent days. A frontal system will approach the area late this week and it'll turn much warmer ahead of it on Thursday afternoon and Friday, and there will be the chance for a couple of showers and thunderstorms. Behind the front, it'll turn cooler this weekend and low pressure will pull out of the south-central US and head towards the Mid-Atlantic region. This system is likely to bring us a cool, rainy period from late Saturday into early Monday.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

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