From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington DC Weather: Mild Air Remains...But not Much Longer

December 4, 2013 - 08:15 AM
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Highs in the 50s today, 60s tomorrow and after that, only one way to go.

Becoming Partly  Cloudy and Mild
Highs: Mid 50s
Wind: SE 3-6 mph
Patchy Fog
Lows: Upper 40 to Lower 50s
Wind: S 2-5 mph
AM Drizzle/Fog, Skies Brighten, Warmer
Highs: Mid 60s
Precipitation: 30% Chance Late PM

As temperatures plummet over parts of the country, temperatures around here will be rising. But it is only temporary, as the leading edge of another arctic airmass steadily approaches. First though, a warm front will cross the area today. That will add to the cloudiness and the chance for a little fog tonight and tomorrow. Assuming the warm front moves completely across the area tomorrow, we will pop into the middle and perhaps upper 60s. A few showers are possible later tomorrow, as well.

On Friday, the cold front will slowly cross from west to east. Temperatures will be somewhat cooler and rain will be likely at times. Some light rain could linger into Saturday morning before skies clear. Breezy and much colder conditions will develop during the day. And then on Sunday, there is a still a CHANCE our region will be subject to a wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain until temperatures warm enough to turn all precipitation types to plain, old-fashioned rain.

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