ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras

Today's Forecast Updated Thursday at 4:29 AM

Pockets of fog will once again early but the sun should break out again by midday...

AM Fog/Low Clouds, Becoming Partly Cloudy, Mild
Highs: 74º-78º
Wind: NE 5-10 mph
Scattered Clouds, Patchy Fog Late
Lows: 54°-62°
Wind: E 2-5 mph
Partly Sunny, T’Showers Develop After Sunset
Highs: 74º-78º
Wind: SE 10 mph

After some early morning fog and low clouds, skies will become partly sunny. Tomorrow, skies will be partly sunny into the afternoon hours when overcast conditions are expected to develop in advance of the next and somewhat stronger cold front. Showers will become likely and possibly widespread Friday night, as the front crosses the region. However, if you are headed to the Nats first playoff game, I anticipate it will remain mostly dry. Saturday will start to usher in some fall-esque temperatures, as it will become partly cloudy, breezy and cooler throughout the day. By Sunday, skies will be mostly sunny but it will be significantly cooler…we are forecasting high temperatures only in the middle 60s. Have a great day!

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