StormWatch 7 Interactive Radar Map
Today's Forecast Updated Saturday at 7:15 AM
We will gradually warm up as we continue into the early next week!
- This Afternoon:
- Temperatures: 40s
- Wind: S 5-10 mph
- Not as Cold
- Lows: 30s
- Wind: SW 5-10 mph
- Increasing Clouds
- Precipitation: After Sunset
It is going to be a beautiful Saturday here in the Washington D.C. area! Enjoy it as temperatures go up through the weekend and into early next week. We will top out in the 40s today with plenty of sunshine. Overnight, temperatures will not drop quite as far as last night, bottoming out in the 30s. By Sunday, clouds will be on the increase as a disturbance creeps through from the south and west. Temperatures on Sunday will move into the mid 50s. Expect rain Sunday night into very early Monday morning. There could be a few isolated showers on Monday but for the most part, temperatures will be the main story as we top out in the 70s! This will be short -lived though because temperatures fall again on Tuesday, back into the 50s.
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