Today: Patches of fog and drizzle. becoming partly sunny in spots
Highs: 48°-64° ( coolest north, warmest south and well west)
Wind: SW 4-8 mph
Overnight:Patchy fog and drizzle Lows: 45°-51°
Wind: S 2-5 mph
Tomorrow: Becoming breezy, very warm. PM showers/t-storms
Wind: S 15-20 mph
Temperatures will vary widely across our area today as a warm front slowly advances across the region. The DC metro area will become milder than yesterday but it will be tomorrow before the truly, warm air overspreads the region. Today's highs will range from the 40s north of D.C. to the 60 degree mark south and west. (see forecast map below)
Breezy and very warm conditions highlight our Wednesday forecast. Most locations will reach the 60 degree mark and a few spots south of D.C. could approach 70 degrees. Showers and thunderstorms will precede a potent cold front tomorrow afternoon and evening. And much cooler, will arrive on Friday and Saturday.
Speaking of Saturday...it's Ground Hog Day! Will Punxsutawney Phil see his shadow? Will there be an early spring or 6 more weeks of winter weather? Only Phil knows...or so he thinks.