Monday morning's rain, sleet and freezing rain has taken leave of the area, but it has left us with a gloomy day. However, a quick warm-up isn't out of the question as the week progresses.
- The ice caused this person to spin out during the morning commute. Photo: Brianne Carter
This Afternoon: Overcast
Temperatures: Upper 30s | Wind: S 7 - 13 mph
Tonight: Some Drizzle/Foggy
Lows: Mid 30s | Wind: S 5-10 mph
Tuesday: Warmer, Overcast
Highs: 50s | Wind: Light
The rain has ended across the region just leaving a gloomy day around the D.C.area with temperatures rising into the upper 30s or lower 40s.
We could see some areas of drizzle tonight but all locations will be above freezing so not expecting much of a problem. Fog will also form overnight.
A warm front will approach the area and move northward through the day tomorrow bringing temperatures into the lower 50s. We could see a few peeks of sun, but mainly clouds.
Wednesday looks like the warmest day in awhile. Temperatures should manage to make it into the 60s with clouds, but we could be expecting a threat of some thunderstorm action in the afternoon hours as a strong cold front passes through the area.
Thursday we begin the drop off as temperatures fall back into the 40s for daytime highs with temperatures not getting out of the 30s through the weekend. There's a chance we could see some light snow showers through Friday and maybe some flurries on Saturday.