From StormWatch7's Eileen Whelan:
Partly sunny. Unseasonably warm. Isolated PM shower, mainly west of D.C.
Winds: S 5-10 mph
Mostly cloudy. Patchy fog.
Winds: S 5 mph
Partly cloudy. May-like temperatures.
Winds: SSE 5-15 mph
Take time to get outside the next few days with April/May-like temperatures expected. Highs will soar into the low to mid 70s! Tomorrow will be the warmest days with highs around 75.
A spotty shower is possible this afternoon, mainly west of D.C., but the next best chance for wet weather comes Saturday with an approaching cold front. This is rain we desperately need with a moderate drought across the area. The morning will be mostly dry, with just a spotty shower possible, especially west of the DMV. The best chance for rain, and even a few thunderstorms, is between noon and 5pm. Drier and cooler air moves in Saturday night, so make sure you have a jacket with you, if you'll be out.
You'll feel the difference Sunday when it's back to winter-like weather. Highs will struggle to reach 50 degrees, but with breezy to windy conditions, it will feel more like the 30s to low 40s. The roller coaster ride of temperatures will take us into the first few days of March.
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