This Afternoon: Partial Clearing, Mild
Highs: 56-60 | Wind: Calm
Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Areas of Fog, Mild
Lows: 40-50 | Wind: SE 5 mph
Sunday: Fog & Drizzle, Then Pt. Sunny & Warm
Highs: 65-70 | Wind: SE 5-10 mph
Visibilities have improved across the area and all of the Dense Fog Advisories are expiring at noon. Earlier today, visibilities as low as 10 to 20 feet were reported just west of the District.
Because of high pressure off the southeast coast, a steady stream of milder air is moving our way. But with a stationary front draped across central Virginia and very light winds, skies won't clear completely this afternoon. Still, with peeks of sunshine, high temperatures could reach the upper 50s.
After a very mild night when temperatures don't fall much below 50, Mother Nature will offer a similar scenario on Sunday with a foggy, drizzly start to an otherwise very mild day. More sunshine is expected tomorrow afternoon as the mercury could soar to near 70. Such an unseasonable temperature could make for one of the mildest days in this most unusual of winters. Readings of 72, 62, and 59 on December 4th, 18th, and 21st, respectively, testify to a season that's forgotten that it belongs in the icebox! Enjoy your Saturday.