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Washington, D.C. Weather Forecast: Last Day of 60s for a While

October 22, 2013 - 08:32 AM
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Enjoy the seasonable temperatures today, as the big chill arrives tomorrow.

This Afternoon:
Partly Sunny
Highs: Mid-Upper 60s
Wind: SSW becoming NW 10
Mostly Cloudy with a chance of a shower
Lows: Upper 40s
Rain: 30%
Chance of a shower early, then decreasing clouds
Highs: Upper 50s
Rain: 30%

Ok, prepare yourself. If you don't like chilly weather, the rest of the week could put you in a foul mood.  Today will be the last of the 60s for a while.  A strong push of arctic air is heading our way. Check out the temperatures in the Midwest below freezing at 9 a.m. 




Yes, that is heading our way, but the air will modify a bit before arrival and we can expect overnight lows in the mid-upper 30s in D.C. to end the week.  Today's weather dilemma is how much cloud cover we get and whether or not we will squeeze out any moisture and get a shower.  I think overall, it will be a dry day with partly sunny skies.  Best chance of rain will be overnight and early Wednesday when a piece of energy moves through after the cold front passes.  Yes, it will be cold enough for snow in the mountains, but little to no accumulation is expected.

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