Today: Dense fog lifting, becoming warmer. Showers developing
Highs: 64°-68° (record high in D.C. is 67)
Wind: S 10-15+ mph
Tonight: Showers, isolated t-storms ending. Clearing overnight
Wind: NW 10-15+ mph
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, breezy and more seasonable
Highs: Around 50°
Wind: SE 4-8
These were the visibilities reported early this morning that prompted the Dense Fog Advisory. Visibilities will slowly improve through the balance of the morning.
A warm front will cross our area later this morning or early this afternoon. As wind speeds, just above the surface, increase, the fog layer will lift and then begin to dissipate.Skies will brighten and may become partly sunny at times. Temperatures got off to a good start this morning and will continue to rise. The record high for Washington today is 67 degrees and it could get very close to that. A cold front will approach later this afternoon and this evening. Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will be possible. Skies will clear overnight as high pressure starts to build into the region.
Partly to mostly sunny and more seasonable weather is generally forecast for the balance of the week. But there will be a slight chance for a few showers south and east of Washington on Wednesday.