D.C. Forecast: A weekend of fog, sunny peeks, and unseasonable warmth

      This Afternoon: Partial Clearing, Mild

      Highs: 56-60 | Wind: Calm

      Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Areas of Fog, Mild

      Lows: 40-50 | Wind: SE 5 mph

      Sunday: Fog & Drizzle, Then Pt. Sunny & Warm

      Highs: 65-70 | Wind: SE 5-10 mph

      Visibilities have improved across the area and all of the Dense Fog Advisories{}are expiring at noon. Earlier today, visibilities as low as{}10 to 20 feet were reported just west of the District.

      Because of high pressure off the southeast coast, a steady stream of milder air is{}moving our way.{} But with a stationary front draped across central Virginia and very light winds, skies{}won't clear completely{}this afternoon.{} Still, with peeks of sunshine, high temperatures could reach the upper 50s.{}{}

      After a very mild night when temperatures don't fall much below 50, Mother Nature will offer a similar scenario on Sunday with a foggy, drizzly start to an otherwise very mild day.{} More sunshine is expected tomorrow afternoon as the mercury could soar to near 70.{} Such{}an unseasonable temperature could make for{}one of the mildest days in this most unusual of{}winters.{} Readings of 72, 62, and 59 on December 4th, 18th, and 21st, respectively, testify to a season that's forgotten that it belongs in the icebox!{} Enjoy your Saturday.