The Winter Warm-Up has begun, however, it will be short-lived
This Afternoon: A few clouds, sunshine
Temperatures: 50s - 60s | Wind: Light
Tonight: Mild with some fog/drizzle
Temperatures: Around 50 | Wind: SE 5 - 10
Wednesday: Warm and cloudy
Highs: 60s | Precipitation: Afternoon T-Storms
Temperatures all over the place today for daytime highs based on the position of a warm front that stretches across the Mid-Atlantic. Expect highs near 60 around DC, mid 50s around the Baltimore area, around 50 northeast of Baltimore and 70s around Fredericksburg-south and through Central Virginia. Mostly sun today but clouds roll in later through the day and bring a chance of drizzle across the region. Fog will also settle into the area as well. Tomorrow, expect another warm day. Highs in the 60s for everybody. Clouds hang tight through the day as a strong cold front approaches the area. The frontal system will cross the region in the afternoon/evening bring a threat of thunderstorms with it (some thunderstorms could be strong). Once that frontal system pulls through, it will allow for Canadian high pressure to drop in, dropping our temperatures from the 50s/60s to the 40s/30s for daytime highs. Expect highs on Thursday to drop to the 40s with some wind and sunshine, 30s for Friday and Saturday (with a chance of flurries) and 40s to finish out the weekend.