From the ABC 7 Weather team

Record highs in the D.C. area today?

November 28, 2011 - 01:37 PM
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With temperatures around the 70 degree mark, are any record highs at risk of being broken? Find out here.

Record high temperatures today at our regional airports:

Reagan National: 74° - 1973

BWI Thurgood Marshall: 73° - 1990

Dulles Airport: 71° - 1998

Warm temperatures have been the talk of the town over the past few days, and record highs may be possible today in a few locations. Above are the records for today. Be sure to check the temperatures here over the next couple of hours to see if they have been broken.

Dulles Airport did break a record yesterday when it topped out at 70 degrees. This was the last record that wasn't at 70 degrees or more for the month of November at the recording station.

The D.C. area only hits the 70 degree mark about once every other year after November 27th so it is not the most unlikely weather pattern, just well above normal.

Check out the 7-Day which shows the cooling trend over the next few days.

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