WASHINGTON — Here’s a look at your forecast for any, and all New Year’s plans. Without rain in the forecast New Year’s Eve, viewing fireworks will not have weather disruptions.
New Year’s Eve:
Sunday will feature a mix of sun and clouds, with temperatures reaching the upper 40s to low 50s. Outdoor plans during the day will be in the clear! If you are headed to the Commanders game, it will be a bit chilly for tailgating so have the hoodie handy. By the time the game starts, it will feel a bit milder outside. If you have seats on the shady side of the stadium keep your jacket close by!
Once the sun goes down things will get pretty chilly rather fast. Lows by midnight will be in the mid to upper 30s to near 40. If your plans will take you outdoors be sure to have a puffy coat to keep you warm.
A few clouds will move in late Sunday night, but weather will remain dry so firework shows will look great! We are also not expecting any fog to develop so visibility will be good for your early morning dry home.
New Year’s Day:
Monday will be warm and partly sunny. Temps will start in the mid 30s and by the afternoon we will warm into the upper 40s to low 50s. Clouds will slowly increase throughout the day and a stray shower cannot be ruled out for only an isolated few.
Monday’s rain chance is so low that it shouldn’t impact any outdoor plans, but it is still worth a mention. If you are spending an extended period of time outdoors, you will notice an occasionally gusty NW breeze.
By Monday evening, skies will remain partly cloudy, and temps will once again fall to the 30s.
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