6-Day forecast for the Washington, D.C. metro region
Mainly sunny, becoming milder, highs near 55 degrees; S-SW winds around 5-10 mph
Partly cloudy, cold, patchy fog possible late, lows near 35 degrees
A mix of clouds and sun, mild, mid-to-upper 50’s for afternoon highs
Mainly cloudy, chilly, chance of showers towards morning, mid 40’s for late night lows
Mainly cloudy, becoming windy and much milder, periods of rain and some of it can become heavy later in the day and at night, maybe a strong thunderstorm, low-to-mid 60’s for afternoon highs, but temperatures could tumble on Sunday night and there can be a brief changeover to snow; especially, to the north and west of the DC metro area
Partly sunny, windy, much colder, maybe a shower, low-to-mid 40’s
Partly sunny, cold, mid 40’s
Mainly sunny, cold, mid 40’s
Some wild weather is coming to the DC metro region late Sunday/Sunday night with heavy rain, powerful winds, squall line with thunderstorms, tumbling temperatures, and even a changeover to snow all on the table with small accumulations possible in the northern and western suburbs.
It turns milder today and the mild conditions will continue through much of the day on Sunday. A strong cold front will slowly slide eastward on Sunday and low pressure will intensify along the frontal boundary zone. Ahead of the cold front, rain will break out on Sunday and become heavy at times by Sunday night. Winds will become a big factor as well with potentially damaging wind gusts; especially, along coastal sections during this late weekend event. After the passage of the cold front, temperatures will tumble later Sunday night and the rain can transition to snow for a brief time with some small accumulations possible in the N/W suburbs. The weather settles down on Monday, but it’ll remain moderately cold through much of the first half of next week.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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