From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. weather forecast: Unsettled for now

April 16, 2013 - 07:36 AM
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There's a better chance of some sunshine today.

TODAY: Variable Clouds/Peeks of Sun, Warmer
Highs: Low to Mid 70s
Wind: Becoming S 5-15 mph

OVERNIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Sprinkle Possible
Lows: Mid to Upper 50s
Wind: S 5-10 mph

TOMORROW: Limited Sun, Warmer, 30% Chance Shower
Highs: Upper 70s
Wind: Light & Variable

An easterly flow from the ocean kept us cloudy and fairly cool yesterday, but the wind will shift southerly today allowing for a better chance of sunny breaks. It'll still be an unsettled weather pattern, so I can't rule out a few sprinkles especially later tonight, but most areas should remain dry. Otherwise, expect variable cloudiness with slight chances of showers and storms the rest of the week, but they'll be isolated and not affecting everyone until Friday night. By Friday night and into early Saturday morning, a strong cold front is expected to bring widespread and soaking rainfall with thunderstorms.

Temperatures will go from the mid and upper 70s the rest of the work week down into the mid 60s for the weekend due to the aforementioned cold front. The weekend is also looking sunny and breezy along with the 60 degree temps.

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