From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington, D.C. weather forecast: warmer weather to start December

December 2, 2012 - 12:11 AM
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You'll notice warmer temperatures over the next few days with just minimal rain chances. 

Tonight: Thick Fog

Lows: 32°-41° | Wind: Calm

Sunday: AM Fog Then Partial Sunshine, 30% Chance Nighttime Sprinkle

Highs: Near 60° | Wind: S 5-10 mph

Monday: Partly Cloudy & Warm

Highs: Mid 60s | Wind: S 3-8 mph

Dense fog is developing with visibilities expected to drop under a quarter of a mile in spots through 8 a.m. Sunday morning.  The fog will slowly lift by lunchtime with limited sunshine for the remainder of the day, but warmer air is on the way.

High temps should rise to near 60° on Sunday then well into the 60s for early next week.  Even a few locations hitting 70° isn't out of the question by Tuesday afternoon.  A few sprinkles are possible Sunday night and early Monday morning, but the rain will be very light and limited in coverage.  A strong cold front is expected by the middle of next week with slightly better rain chances Wednesday morning, and with this front will be a return to more seasonable temperatures for the middle and end of next week.  The average high temperature at DCA this coming week is near 50°.

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