Gradually today, skies will brighten. Tonight they'll be mainly clear. But clouds increase again late tomorrow courtesy of a warm front. The payoff will be the start of a warming trend which will bring back above average temperatures for the first half of next week.
TodaySpotty AM rain diminishes, skies brighten, but still cool.
Some patchy light rain may linger in the morning (snow in the mountains, and a mix in northern Maryland towards the PA border), but by noon, most areas should be drying out. During the afternoon, some sun should emerge, with high temperatures in the upper 40s. Overnight, it will be mostly clear and cool. Lows will range from the low 30s in the suburbs to the upper 30s downtown.
SundayIncreasing afternoon clouds, milder.
Mostly sunny skies in the morning will likely give way to some increase in clouds in the afternoon as a warm front approaches the area. High temperatures should be 50-55.
A Look Ahead
- After a warm front moves through the area Sunday night, Monday through Wednesday look to be mild, with temperatures well into the 60s Tuesday and Wednesday
- Sometime late Wednesday or early Thursday, a strong cold front will likely move through the area, cooling it down significantly Friday through next weekend.
Tomorrow on CapitalWeather.com...
You will not want to miss Andrew Freedman's Undercast Column tomorrow. It will be a provocative commentary on the global warming rant
penned by John Coleman, who helped found The Weather Channel.