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Today's Forecast Updated Monday at 6:30 AM
Areas of frost are possible this morning mainly west of the D.C. area. Rain chances return tomorrow and Wednesday.
- This Afternoon:
- Partly Cloudy
- Highs: Mid 60s
- Wind: S 5-10 m.p.h.
- Mostly Cloudy
- Lows: 45-52
- Wind: SW 5 m.p.h.
- Mostly Cloudy, Isolated Showers
- Highs: Mid 60s
- Precipitation: 30%
Frost Advisory until 9 a.m. What is a Frost Advisory? Find out here in Chad Merrill's latest blog
A weak area of high pressure will hang around the region this morning but will continue to drift east over the Atlantic later today into tonight. An area of low pressure will move in from the Great Lakes, bringing with it clouds and the chance for a few showers by Tuesday.
This low is expected to intensify off the east coast Tuesday into Wednesday. Clouds, isolated showers and breezy winds can be expected Wednesday and highs only near the 60 degree mark. Thursday will be partly sunny, cool and breezy with highs again near the 60 degree mark. Temperatures should warm towards with weekend back into the mid 60s Saturday and possibly the 70 degree mark Marine Corps Marathon Sunday.
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