Muggy wake-up temperatures on this Friday morning will be tempered by our pre-dawn cold front passage. After our dewpoints decline... they will remain relatively comfortable throughout our DRY weekend!
TodayWarm, not as humid.
We finally get a break from our Miami-type weather. High temperatures today under fair skies will head into the middle 80s. Chances of rain are very low behind the cold front. I think you will certainly desire more July days as tolerable as today! Take note that ushering in our dryer air from Canada, will be northwesterly breezes--sporadically quite noticeable at times.
International Trade Center Sunrise...
A Thursday morning sunrise at the Reagan Building & International Trade Center by CapitalWeather.com photographer Kevin Ambrose.
Very pleasant humidity levels continue and, also, allow overnight temperatures "way down" into the lower-to-mid 60s. Afternoon highs will once again head into the middle (comfortable!) 80s. Almost zero chance of rain! and mostly sunny skies. Pretty darn unbeatable.
SundayNice, but less great.
While we will still be dry on Sunday, with sunny skies, low temperatures in the middle 60s will feel a tad more like a typical July morning. Highs may be a little warmer (and warmer-feeling) in the upper 80s. Wear the sunscreen as I often advise for your weekend activities--chances of UV blocking clouds (and/or thunderstorms) will be virtually zero.