D.C. Forecast: A mostly cloudy & cool Sunday, then sunnier & warmer on Monday

      This Afternoon: Mostly Cloudy, Seasonably Cool

      Highs: 55-60 | Wind: S 5-10 mph

      Tonight: Chance of Showers, Mild

      Lows: 43-49 | Rain: 50% Chance

      Monday: AM Fog, Turning Mostly Sunny, Warm

      Highs: 63-67 | Wind: W 5 mph

      Areas of dense fog are still making travel difficult this morning, but{}{}visibilities{}are improving.{} The earlier{}Dense Fog Advisory was cancelled shortly after 10 AM.{} Even as the fog erodes, high clouds will keep most of the day overcast with just limited periods of sunshine. Highs today should reach the mid 50s.

      A cold front is poised to move through later this evening with the possibility of a few showers.{}After yet another morning of patchy fog, Monday will feature a southerly flow that should warm the DC area into the mid 60s.{} Yet more unseasonable warmth is likely on Tuesday before yet another front brings the chance of rain and somewhat cooler readings on Wednesday.{} Thereafter, lower dewpoints and chillier air will see us through the end of the week.{} Enjoy your Sunday!

      NOTE: The silent arrival of this morning's fog{}recalls Carl Sandburg's poetic description of fog. "The fog comes on little cat feet.{} It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on."