Washington, D.C. Weather Forecast: The Clouds are Coming... and Rain
By Jacqui Jeras
This Afternoon:Becoming Partly Sunny Highs: Around 80 Wind: S 4-8 Tonight:Mostly Cloudy Lows: Low-Mid 60s Wind: SE 5 Saturday:Partly Sunny with a chance of PM showers, especially south. Highs: Upper 70s Wind: E 10 Atmospheric conditions are changing and will be a bit wet as we head into the weekend. High pressure that was dominating us the past few days will slip eastward and all that moisture that has been lingering in the southeastern U.S. will start moving in. While the day starts with sunshine, clouds will start moving in this afternoon and evening. By Saturday, the coast will see some showers and they will be possible in the metro late. Rain chances Saturday only about 30%. But, showers will be more likely on Sunday. Heading to the beach? Here's your beach forecast. Beach Forecast Rain lingers into early next week, but a big warm up in store for the middle of next week. Summer returns.
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