Cloudy, Showers Late, Patchy Fog
WINDS: South 5 mph
Mostly Cloudy, PM Steadier Rain
WINDS: East 5-10 mph
Cloudy, Moderate to Heavy Rain, Watch for Localized Flooding
WINDS: East 10-15 mph, Gusts to 25
Tonight stays mostly cloudy with rain arriving late. Patchy fog also sticks around with so please be careful if you are traveling late tonight. Overnight lows stay in the mid to upper 40s.
As a wave of low pressure tracks straight for the Mid-Atlantic, make sure you have the rain gear ready for the next few days. The rain should break up for Sunday morning, but more develops by early Sunday afternoon. High temperatures will rebound into the middle 50s as scattered showers continue.
Rain will come down heavy late Sunday night and into Monday morning. Watch for localized flooding especially in poor drainage areas. By the time we get into Tuesday some of us could have received 2 inches of rain. This is pretty unusual for this time of year, as we could be talking about snow.
It looks like the rest of the work week is pretty quiet. A cold front with not a lot of moisture moves in on Wednesday night/early Thursday and will drop temperatures back into the 40s. Ahead of the front, we will approach 60 degrees on Wednesday! Behind the front, daytime highs and overnight lows return to near average for this time of year (43 high/28 low).
Today's Record Temperatures