A cold front moves through the D.C. area today ushering in cooler and less humid air.
- This Afternoon:
- Partly Cloudy
- Highs: Mid 80s
- Wind: N 5-10
- Mostly Clear
- Lows: Low-Mid 60s
- Wind: NW 5
- Partly Cloudy and Pleasant
- Highs: Low 80s
- Wind: NE 10
The most pleasant weather we've experienced in about a month is finally here. The 90s will feel like a thing of the past as a cold front crosses the area this afternoon and evening. It will be a slow progression of cooler, drier air, but the dew point temperature will be dropping and you will really notice the comfortable conditions. In fact, you may even think about long sleeves by Thursday morning. The dew point temperatures last week reached the low 80s and tomorrow they will only be in the 50s.
- Forecast Dew Point Temperatures Thursday Afternoon
This signifies less humid air. That muggy feeling we've had for weeks will be minimal. the temperatures will be below average as well. Our average high temperture at Reagan National is 88 degrees. We will stay below that all week. Another cold front sneaks in this weekend bringing chances of showers and thunderstorms. We are also keeping an eye on the tropics.
- Tropical Depression 4 Forecast Track
Tropical Depression 4 developed early this morning. Still way to far away to determine if/when it would impact the U.S.