D.C.-area forecast: Warm again today as a wetter pattern sets in

A rather subjective score of the day’s weather condition, on a scale of 0 to 10.

7/10: Cloudier than just recently. Moderate and dry adequate to get outdoors, though!

  • Today: Primarily cloudy. Afternoon showers? Highs: low to mid-60s.
  • Tonight: Primarily cloudy. Lows: mid-to-upper 40s.
  • Tomorrow: Scattered showers, specifically south. Highs: 51-56.

It’s been a rainy winter season up until the last 10 days or two. This in mind, it needs to be little surprise that we’re heading back into a less peaceful pattern up ahead. Any rain today is quite irrelevant. That might not hold true Sunday and specifically with the storm passing late Monday into early Tuesday. And in the meantime, still no genuine snow risks to issue ourselves with.

Today (Saturday): Great deals of clouds through the day. Some showers might stroll, specifically in the afternoon. They do not total up to much, if so. Highs must wind up in the low and mid-60s in many areas. Winds burn out southern around 5 to 10 miles per hour. Self-confidence: Medium-High

Tonight: There might be a shower early, however the majority of the night is dry. A cold front will sink to the south late, which assists move winds to come from the north by dawn. Lows primarily in the mid- and upper 40s. Self-confidence: Medium-High

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Tomorrow (Sunday): Rain is most likely than today. It might hold true that any considerable things remains south of the city, however maybe approximately a tenth of an inch close by and most likely less to the north. Behind the front, with clouds and some rain, temperature levels head for the low 50s. Self-confidence: Medium

Tomorrow night: Any rain from the day must end during the night. It’ll remain cloudy as lows wind up in the upper 30s to mid-40s. Self-confidence: Medium

Clouds must stay many for the start of Monday Chances of rain are up with time. The very best possibility for moderate to sometimes heavy rain is most likely late in the day into the night as a low-pressure location methods from the south and west. Most likely near or a bit previous 50 for daytime highs, then falling under the mid-30s to near 40 during the night with rain continuing. Self-confidence: Medium

Rain might end as some damp snow early Tuesday early morning, specifically north and west of Interstate 95. Considering that basically everybody needs to stay above freezing, do not intend on it doing much. Rainfall ends throughout the early morning ahead of a gusty afternoon including highs in the mid- or upper 40s. Self-confidence: Medium

A day-to-day evaluation of the capacity for a minimum of 1 inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.

1/10 (): Some snowflakes possible as rain ends early Tuesday. Perhaps another small shot later on week.



Source: The Washington Post.

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