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D.C.-area forecast: Cool with showers today, then the heat is on

A somewhat subjective assessment of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

3/10: We can use April showers instead, like a Monday or Wednesday.

  • Today: Scattered showers, especially at midday. Treble: Upper 50s to low 60s.
  • This evening: Clearing. Patchy fog late? Minimums: 40 years to 50 years.
  • Tomorrow: Quite sunny. Treble: Low to mid 80s.

A warm front is moving northward across the Mid-Atlantic today. With it, a band of fairly thick clouds and embedded showers. Although it won’t be hot for the first half of the weekend, the early season heat is coming. Our first legitimate 90-degree shot this year comes Monday, after 80 degrees on Sunday.

Today (Saturday): A shower may occur as early as sunrise, but chances are highest between mid-morning and mid-to-late afternoon. Much of the activity is light, amounting to a tenth or two of an inch where it falls most steadily and many places see less. This is the tip of much warmer air, but we won’t feel it yet thanks to highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. Winds can be variable, favoring the south and southeast at around 10 mph. Trust: medium-high

This evening: Apart from a small chance of showers early, skies will be clearer throughout the evening and night. Temperatures are likely a little milder than they have been, with temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s for most places. Patchy fog may develop late and around dawn. Trust: medium-high

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Tomorrow Sunday) : Patchy fog clears quickly with sunrise and then mostly sunny skies, and being south of the warm front provides the first of a stretch of very warm fronts. Afternoon readings are aiming for the low to mid 80s. Winds would likely be between five and 10 mph from the southwest. Trust: medium-high

Tomorrow evening: Generally clear skies persist. The upper 50s to lower 60s is a good range for lows, although more people may find themselves above 60 than below as humidity levels rise. Confidence: average

Mostly sunny conditions expected to persist Monday. As warm temperatures set in, we may hope for some clouds. Highs are around 86 to 91 across the region, with the coolest in the north and west or where winds blow off the water. Confidence: average

It feels a bit like summer before a cold front. Lows in the low and mid 60s Tuesday give way to morning sun and boiling clouds until midday. Occasional showers and thunderstorms from afternoon to evening are possible, some of which could be strong to severe. The mid 80s to around 90 should allow for highs before a storm threat materializes. Confidence: average



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