Today will be the final hurrah of spring for a minute before a four day cool, wet stretch of weather.
This Afternoon: Increasing Clouds
Highs: Mid to Upper 50s | Wind: SW 5-10
Lows: Near 40 | Wind: W 5
Saturday: Cloudy with Rain
Highs: Near 50 | Wind: E 5-10
Sunshine is hanging on this morning, as high pressure controls our weather for the majority of the day. But, the clouds will be increasing this afternoon. By morning, a few showers will be developing and then steadier rain by mid-morning. Areas north of D.C. especially near the Mason-Dixon line may see some snow showers mixing in. No accumulations expected, just conversationaly snow. Our microcast shows this possibility.
- Futurecast Saturday
It's nothing I'm too excited about, but a few flakes will also be possible on Monday morning, again to the North of the metro. Temperatures will be mild today in the mid to upper 50s, but it will cool down tomorrow and stay below average this weekend and the rest of next week. March being it's typical fickle self with a rollercoaster of temperatures.