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7:00 AM | Very warm to close out the work week...noticeably cooler this weekend...dangerous setup today for Oklahoma and Kansas


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7:00 AM | Very warm to close out the work week...noticeably cooler this weekend...dangerous setup today for Oklahoma and Kansas

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mainly sunny, very warm and humid, highs in the lower 90’s


Partly cloudy, mild, scattered showers and thunderstorms; especially, west and north of the District, lows near 70 degrees


Partly sunny, breezy, still quite warm, but not as excessive as Thursday, chance of PM showers and thunderstorm, upper 80’s for highs

Friday Night

Partly cloudy, chance for an evening shower or thunderstorm, turning cooler late, upper 50’s for lows by morning


Partly sunny, breezy, noticeably cooler, low 70’s


Mainly cloudy, cool, low-to-mid 70'ss


Mainly cloudy, breezy, warm, showers and thunderstorms likely, upper 70's


Partly sunny, breezy, a bit cooler, mid 70’s


First, a very dangerous setup is unfolding for later today in Oklahoma and Kansas and unfortunately, it will likely result in a widespread tornado outbreak - warn anyone you may know out there to stay on guard this afternoon and evening. Around here, a dramatic surge of very warm air pushed afternoon temperatures to well up in the 80’s on Wednesday and they can climb into the lower 90’s later today with possible record-breaking levels attained in some spots of the Mid-Atlantic. It’ll stay quite warm on Friday as well with highs well up in the 80’s to end the work week, but there is relief coming this weekend as a back door cold front pushes through the region. This front will bring about a low-level wind shift from southwest to northeast – and that will bring much cooler air into the region from off of the still-chilly waters of the western Atlantic Ocean. Temperatures this weekend are likely to be held to in the low-to-mid 70's for highs on both days. On Monday, a strong cold front is likely to produce PM showers and thunderstorms up and down the I-95 corridor as it pushes eastward from the Ohio Valley. Looking ahead, there are signs for a cooler-than-normal pattern to set up again in much of the eastern half of the nation as we head into the Memorial Day weekend.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

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