Today: More Clouds than Sun, Warm
Highs: 65°-70° | Wind: S 10
Overnight: Mostly Cloudy, Showers Late
Lows: 50s | Wind: SE 2-6
Tomorrow: Off/On Rain, Some Heavy, Breezy & Mild
Highs: 60°-65° | Wind: SE 5-10
Following a record high of 70 degrees yesterday at Dulles and a high of 72 at Reagan National, three degrees off the record high of 75 set in 1896, temperatures will get another boost today ahead of a cold front.
Although we'll see more clouds today, the southerly flow ahead of the front will bring temperatures to around 70, which is close to the record highs in the lower 70s. A low pressure organizing in the South will move north, spreading downpours across the region Tuesday with potential for up to an inch of rain with the highest amounts of 1-1.50 inch in the Potomac Highlands. The rain will mix with and change to a period of wet snowflakes in the Potomac Highlands Tuesday night with less than an inch for the highest ridges. Then, drier and more seasonal temperatures will follow for the second half of the work week under lots of sunshine. Have a great day.