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April Showers Bring May Mugginess

A. Camden Walker @ 1:02 AM

Forecast: Afternoon Thundershowers

Georgetown intersection of M&Wisconsin. Click for more information.Mild 54-59 degree low temperatures probably won't feel too cool to you this morning, but rain is on its way later. You'd better grab the umbrella or at least a light rain jacket. Overcast skies this morning gives way to showers and isolated mid-afternoon thunderstorms as we struggle to hit 70 degrees. Points south of DC will be the most likely break above 70.
Timing of the showers determines how warm we get today
Tonight, persistent clouds & showers will keep low temperatures in the mid-50s to the low-50s in places like Garrett & Caroline County. Two things will be persistent: southeasterly winds & moderate mugginess. Our socked-in situation won't improve fast, but at least it will be mild.

Georgetown "Riggs Dome" captured yesterday by Kevin Ambrose

THE WEEKEND: Saturday & Sunday

Overcast with light precipitation is the top concern - temperature confidence HIGH
Saturday skies should remain overcast with a few morning breaks, perhaps. Showers will make themselves known by midday, but watch for arriving--by early afternoon and continuing into the night--thunderstorms. There is an 80% chance of showers and possibly thundershowers by evening with highs in the mid 60s. Make sure your raincoat breathes well... relative humidity will be high.

Sunday has frontal-passage issues in the morning! Temperatures should reach 72, for sureSunday we will finally clear out! Northerly winds will dry us out, we will see the sun, and reach a springtime quintessential: 72 degrees. Metro-south may reach the mid-70s. But, any way you cut it, GORGEOUS post-frontal clearing ushers in the day near the crisper-feeling 50 degree mark.

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