From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: Not Too Bad of a Day out There, Rain Showers Wednesday

May 20, 2014 - 01:07 PM
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Increasing clouds ahead of a frontal system will give way to a few showers tonight

This Afternoon:
Increasing Clouds
Temperatures: Mid to Upper 70s
Wind: Light
Passing Showers
Lows: Upper 50s/Lower 60s
Wind: Light
Scattered Showers/Storms
Highs: Around 80
Wind: Light

It is going to be another great day in the D.C. area, although just not as sunny as our weekend or as yesterday. Clouds will continue to pile in through the day as a warm front lifts north. There is a chance of seeing some showers this evening and into the overnight hours. Temperatures rise to the mid to upper 70s today. Overnight lows fall into the lower 60s and upper 50s - much warmer than our last 2 previous nights. By Wednesday, a few showers could linger early but some peeks of sun during the day expected before more afternoon scattered showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures on Wednesday hit right around 80 degrees with high humidity. A few showers also lingering overnight into Thursday morning but Thursday will give way to sunshine by the afternoon. Still warm but not as humid as Wednesday. Sunshine returns in full force on Friday with temperatures back in the mid to upper 70s. Weekend looking good with only a threat of a very isolated passing showers (mainly north) as temperatures stick in the mid to upper 70s. Memorial day looks wonderful as well! A few clouds move into the region but temperatures top out around 80 degrees.

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