Another warm day in the D.C. area, any records tomorrow?

Tonight: Clear & Warm

Lows: 50s | Wind: SW 3-5 m.p.h.

Thursday: Mostly Sunny, PM Storm West

Highs: Around 80 | Wind: SSW 4-8 m.p.h.

Friday: Partly Sunny, Showers and Storms Possible

Highs: Mid 70s | Precipitation: 50%

A large area of unseasonably warm high pressure will remain in control of the weather through most of tomorrow. This means the feel of early June will continue a bit longer. Isolated thunderstorms may pop tomorrow afternoon west of the Blue Ridge. On Friday, a cold front will be approaching the area. This will generate increasing cloudiness and increasing chances of showers and scattered thunderstorms. Temperatures will turn a few degrees cooler.

As the front passes south and east of Washington Friday night, the rain will come to an end. But areas of low level cloudiness may linger into Saturday morning. Another area of high pressure will become dominant later Saturday and remain in control through a good portion of next week. The results will be more sunshine and unseasonably warm temperatures.