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6:00 AM | *Warmer weather this afternoon for the Nats home opener...70+ degrees on Friday and Saturday*


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6:00 AM | *Warmer weather this afternoon for the Nats home opener...70+ degrees on Friday and Saturday*

Paul Dorian

6-Day forecast for the DC metro region


Sunshine followed by increasing clouds, becoming breezy and milder this afternoon, highs in the low-to-mid 60’s


Mainly cloudy, chilly, but not as cold as recent nights, cannot rule out a shower, lows in the mid 40’s


Mainly cloudy, even warmer, maybe a shower or two, near 70 degrees for afternoon highs

Friday Night

Mainly cloudy, mild, lower 50’s for overnight lows


Mainly cloudy, breezy, warm, low-to-mid 70’s


Mainly cloudy, breezy, showers likely, mild to start the day with highs in the mid-to-upper 50’s, but temperatures should drop later in the afternoon


Mainly sunny, brisk, cold, near 50 degrees


Increasing clouds, still on the chilly side, chance of rain or snow at night, lower 50’s


Today is Opening Day for the Nats and the timing will be just right as a significant warming trend will be getting underway in the Mid-Atlantic region. After a cold start to the day, low-level winds will switch to a south-to-southwest direction this afternoon resulting in a push of milder air and temperatures should climb to the low-to-mid 60’s for the home opener. This warm up will intensify on Friday and Saturday and despite plenty of clouds on both days, afternoon highs should reach 70+ degrees. Unfortunately, the warm up comes to a grinding halt on Sunday as a strong cold front slides through the Mid-Atlantic region with numerous showers and a much colder air mass will become quite noticeable by Sunday night along with a stiffening north-to-northwest wind. Colder-than-normal conditions will persist through mid-week in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor resulting in a chilly start to the month of April and we’ll have to watch a storm near the southeast US coastline to see if it can push northward along the Atlantic seaboard.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.