Showers approaching D.C. from the west
Today: Variable Clouds, Few Showers/T-Storms (Prolonged North)
Highs: 73-77 | Wind: SE 10-15 mph
Overnight: Mostly Cloudy, Comfortable
Lows: 50s | Wind: SE 8-12 mph
Tomorrow: Breezy, Hot & Humid, Isolated PM Storm
Highs: 80-85 | Wind: SW 10-20+
A COASTAL FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON:
EXPECT MODERATE COASTAL FLOODING-TIDE ANOMALY OF 2 TO 4 FT.
TIDES PEAKED THIS MORNING IN THE 9AM AND WILL NOW RECEDE
A stationary front located just north of the metro area will keep clouds around today. A weak disturbance will ripple along the front bringing a few showers and an isolated storms. Since the region remains south of the front, readings will be warm again with highs in the 70s.
Tomorrow a strong storm will approach from the west. Ahead of this will come a southerly flow of warm and humid air, boosting temperatures into the 80s. As the storm’s cold front passes through the area, there will be a chance for a couple of storms, which have the potential to become strong or severe. Following the front, our winds will be northwesterly, bringing cooler and drier weather into the area Thursday. Highs will only be in the 60s with a nice dose of sunshine. By Friday, a new storm will approach, possibly bringing showers and some unsettled weather that may linger into the Easter weekend.
Have a great week!