With temperatures struggling to reach 60 today and frost advisories and freeze warnings in effect for D.C.’s north and west suburbs, 90+ days may be the last thing on your mind. But trust me, they're coming.

The average year at Reagan National (from 1981-2010) has 36 days at or above 90, including two during May. 2010 and 1980, which had 67, are the record holders for most 90+ days. Last year (2011), we had a lofty 50. As recently as 2004, though, we had one of our lowest 90+ tallies on record, with a lowly 11.

Related: 90 degree days in Washington, D.C.: Yearly, seasonal and monthly averages and extremes

So the modern range is between 11 and 67. How many do you think we’ll have this summer? Enter your prediction below by filling out the embedded form.

Update, noon, Wednesday, 5/2: Submissions for the contest are now closed.

We will recognize the top forecasters in October (as we did for our winter snow prediction game last week).

You have until Wednesday at 10 a.m. (1-day extension from original deadline of Tuesday) to enter your prediction. Stay tuned for our summer outlook, as well, coming Wednesday.