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Weekend Outlook...

Josh Larson @ 1:06 PM

After some uncertainty over the past several days regarding this weekend's weather, it now appears that a pesky low pressure system currently spinning over the Tennessee River Valley - see water vapor loop - will slowly push east and north next 48 hours and get caught up in an mid-level trough, spreading periodic light to moderate rain over the Washington, DC area from Friday evening though Sunday morning - this despite the NWS as well as other weather sources calling for mostly sunny, dry weather Friday and Saturday. Clouds will be on the increase Friday, with the best chance for rain from midnight Friday through early afternoon Saturday. Saturday will feature overcast skies, periodic rain or scattered thunderstorms, and highs in the low to mid 70's.

Though clouds and a stray shower are possible early Sunday, some sun should return, and the balance of the day should remain relatively dry, though humid, with an isolated shower or thunderstorm possible; highs on Sunday are expected to be in the upper 70's.

A quick peek at the start of next week reveals the likelihood for a warming trend (with high temperatures creeping into the low to mid 80's), with relatively humid conditions, and the chance for scattered afternoon or evening thundershowers.

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