6-Day forecast for the Washington, D.C. metro region
Some early morning patchy fog possible; otherwise, partly sunny skies, breezy and still mild, highs in the upper 60’s; S winds around 5-15 mph with gusts to 20 mph possible
Mainly cloudy, cool, showers are likely, but nothing significant, lows not far from 50 degrees
Partly-to-mostly sunny, windy, cooler, mid 50’s for afternoon highs
Mainly clear, cold, blustery, mid 30’s for late night lows
Mainly sunny, breezy, chilly, mid 50’s
Partly sunny, chilly, lower 50’s
Mainly cloudy, chilly, becoming windy, chance of rain, some of the rain can be heavy, mid 50’s
Becoming partly sunny, windy, chilly, low-to-mid 50’s early with temperatures dropping in the PM hours
It turned noticeably milder in the Mid-Atlantic region on Thursday as high pressure shifted offshore and the mild conditions will continue today ahead of an incoming frontal system. The front will set off some shower activity tonight, but – as has been the case in recent weeks – this will not be a significant rain event. Colder air pushes into the Mid-Atlantic region this weekend on the heels of the frontal passage.
Looking ahead, a strong storm system will head to the Midwest/Great Lakes during the first half of next week and likely result in rain and wind here from Tuesday into Wednesday – and this time the rainfall may be significant. A widespread and impressively cold air mass will cross the nation next week and reach us here in the Mid-Atlantic region just in time for Thanksgiving Day.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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