Highs mostly reached the low and mid-80s for a second day in a row. Instead of feeling like October, we continue to bask in late-summer weather. That’s the case Saturday, as well, but things are changing beyond.
Through tonight: We see clear skies mixed with some clouds this evening and into the overnight. I think clear is more likely overall. Higher humidity helps keep temperatures warm, with a range of about 60 to 68 degrees expected in most spots.
View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post.
Tomorrow (Saturday): Clouds play dodge with the sun for much of the day. Partly cloudy is probably the easiest way to describe it, but it could be more like sometimes sunny conditions and sometimes cloudy conditions. We’re well into this toasty air mass, so highs head for the mid-80s. Rain should hold off during the day, but winds will blow out of the south around 10 to 15 mph.
Sunday: Periodic showers that might begin Saturday night seem likely to persist into Sunday. With time, we might see more in the way of some heavy showers, as well. This doesn’t look like an all-day downpour, but you might need to have some flexibility if planning outdoor things. Highs are around 80.
Monday: At this point it’s been very muggy for a while, and the remnants of Nate are inbound along a stalled front in the area. Coming off lows near 70 degrees, periodic rain is likely much of the day. Some could be heavy as highs reach the 70s. Check out more on the rain risk around here with Nate.
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