One more unsettled day before a glorious, sun-filled weekend!
- AM Sprinkles, Few Peeks of Sun, Afternoon/Evening Rain
- High: 57º-73º (Cooler North/Warmer South)
- Wind: East 5-10 mph
- Partly to Mostly Sunny, Breezy & Mild
- High: Mid 60s
- Wind: WNW 10-20 mph
- Mostly Sunny, Continued Spectacular
- High: Low to Mid 60s
- Wind: W 5-10
A warm front to our south will lift northward today and make it difficult to determinehow warm it will get. In general, the farther north of Washington you are, the cooler it will be. The farther south of Washington you are, the warmer it will be. And now the rain outlook…there have only been some isolated sprinkles this morning with another round pushing through at some point this evening. In fact, as a strong cold front approaches tonight, there could be isolated thunderstorms and a heavy downpour. But what about the weather for the Nats home opener? Right now, there seems to be a chance the rain will hold off until late BUT there is still a chance a brief shower could fall during the game.
Sunshine will return in full force for the weekend. At least we remain above average in the temperature department for now! Have a great weekend!