Today's Forecast

FROM ABC7’S BRIAN van de GRAAFF

COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY
until Noon today for the tidal Potomac and Bay. Tide anomalies of 1.5 to 2 feet can be expected.

Yesterday's rains provided a nice soaking for the region with most areas picking up near an inch with a few of our weather bug sites showing up 1.5" of rain! Drizzle and fog will greet you as you head out the door, but with a nice westerly breeze anticipated, it should help dry us out and warm us up as skies break for some afternoon sunshine. A wave of energy will impact us tomorrow with added clouds and a slight chance for a passing rain or snow shower with seasonable highs near 50°. It still appears that a blast of much colder air will descend upon us for the end of the week and weekend. We may struggle to get out of the 30s by Sunday! Have a great day!

TODAY: AM Clouds& Drizzle Give Way to Partly Sunny Skies
Highs: 55°-60°
Wind: West 10-15+ mph

TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy, Cooler
Highs: 35°-40°
Wind: WSW 3-5 mph

TOMORROW: More Clouds than Sun, 30% Chance Passing Rain/Snow Shower
Highs: Near 50°
Wind: West 10-15 mph

FRIDAY: Patchy Clouds, Near Seasonable
Highs: 40s

SATURDAY: Partly Cloudy, Cooler
Highs: Mid 40s

SUNDAY: Mix Clouds and Sun, Cold!
Highs: Near 40°
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High/Low Yesterday: 46°/33°
Precipitation: Rain: 0.62”
Normal High/Low: 50°/33°

Record High/Low: 77° (1997) / 8° (1934)

SUNRISE: 6:43AM | SUNSET: 5:59PM