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Welcome Washington Warming

Jason Samenow @ 10:06 AM

While the well-advertised warm-up commenced yesterday as temperatures got out of the 30s, it will become palpable today as temperatures edge closer to 50 degrees. Of course, today will feel chilly in comparison to Monday and Tuesday, when temperatures are likely to get well into the 60s...


Forecast Confidence: MediumPartly sunny, upper 40s. Sunny skies will prevail in the morning hours, before some high clouds roll-in late in the afternoon. After a cold start in the 20s in most spots, temperatures will warm to the upper 40s by mid afternoon. Overnight, clouds build and some rain is possible, particularly after midnight up until dawn. Lows will be in the upper 30s.

Arlington Peace Officer Memorial at Sunset on Thursday. By photographer Kevin Ambrose.


Forecast Confidence: Medium-HighAM rain, afternoon drying, low 50s. Some light rain is possible during the morning (especially before 10am), then clouds will slowly decrease during the afternoon, with some sunshine possible. High should be a touch above 50 degrees.

A Look Ahead: An Unseasonably Mild Early Week

Warm weather fans will love the start to the work week. On both Monday and Tuesday, temperatures should warm into at least the low 60s, with 65-70 degree highs not out of the question. The warm spell will end Wednesday, as high temperatures drop into the 50s with a chance of rain.

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