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PM Update: Seasonable weather continues overnight. Mostly sunny and mild on Monday.

Westlake Legal Group 40902721294_2ab118232c_k PM Update: Seasonable weather continues overnight. Mostly sunny and mild on Monday. Uncategorized Forecasts
Sunset over Capitol Hill by Jim Havard via Flickr

I stepped outside this morning, saw lots of sunshine and thought, today is going to be a busted forecast. I thought we would have overcast skies for much of the day, and I was wrong. But I guess it’s okay to be wrong when the reality turns out to be the weather we had this afternoon. But enough about me! Sure, some clouds will leak into the region as the day goes on, but think nothing of them. High pressure reasserts itself tomorrow, giving us a third consecutive fantastic spring day.

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Through tonight: Cloud cover will thicken through the rest of the afternoon, but not enough to completely block out the sun. Partly cloudy and cool overnight. Temperatures will generally range from the low to mid-40s with winds light out of the southeast at 5 to 10 mph.

View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Monday): Another pleasant spring day, with mostly sunny skies and mild temperatures. It will warm up rather nicely, with afternoon highs in the mid- to upper 60s and 5 to 10 mph winds from the southeast. Cloud cover will increase by late tomorrow afternoon, and we will end up with mostly cloudy skies after sunset. Rain showers will move in overnight with low temperatures in the upper 40s.

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Spring is about to be sprung: Time to check in with one of my favorite environmental indexes, courtesy of the USA National Phenology Index. The First Bloom Index (shown below) tracks the progression of the first bloom for three common plant species by noting the date when the bloom threshold (mainly based on temperature) for all three plants has been met. Once said threshold has been met, it’s not long before a sea of green starts to emerge on pretty much all of the trees and plants.

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The First Bloom Index shows spring right on our doorstep. Leaves should start to show on most trees and plants within the next seven to 10 days. (Via USA National Phenology Network)

As you can see from the map above, the D.C. area is on the verge of a full “bloom out,” which means that things will start getting a lot greener very soon. With the forecast for this upcoming week kept in mind, it looks as though we should see leaves on most trees within the next seven to 10 days.

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D.C.-area forecast: In the 60s today and tomorrow, with midweek showers likely

Westlake Legal Group silver_sunset D.C.-area forecast: In the 60s today and tomorrow, with midweek showers likely Uncategorized Forecasts
A silvery sunset at the Tidal Basin yesterday. (Yesica Fonseca/Twitter)

TODAY’S DAILY DIGIT
A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

7/10: Partly to mostly cloudy skies shouldn’t spoil an otherwise seasonable spring day, albeit still on the cooler side of normal.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Partly sunny. Highs: Mid-60s.
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy. Lows: Low-to-mid 40s.
Tomorrow: Partly sunny, mild. Highs: Mid-to-upper 60s.

View the current weather at The Washington Post headquarters.

FORECAST IN DETAIL

We’ll bring some additional clouds to the mix today, but on the whole, we’re closing out a couple of nice weekend days for once. We settle into a more stable spring pattern heading into the workweek, with cool mornings, somewhat mild afternoons, and increasingly longer daylight hours. We’ll even add some of those proverbial April showers to the mix by Tuesday into Wednesday.

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Today (Sunday): The sun won’t go without a fight, but a weak upper-level impulse should bring some clouds today compared to yesterday’s brilliant blue skies. Still, we’re at least partly sunny with morning temperatures rising through the 40s and 50s, and afternoon highs reaching the mid-60s. Winds are light, and generally out of the southeast. Confidence: Medium-High

Tonight: Clouds may be scattered enough to allow a few stars to shine through, but on the whole we’re under partly to mostly cloudy skies. Those clouds help keep our temperatures up somewhat, with lows likely in the low-to-mid 40s overnight. Light winds from the southeast trend toward calm after midnight. Confidence: Medium-High

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Tomorrow (Monday): Partly to mostly sunny skies early trend cloudier by afternoon as a storm system closes in from our southwest. We should keep the showers at bay, though, other than the chance of a late-afternoon shower in our far southwest suburbs. Highs should get to the mid-to-upper 60s despite the clouds, with winds continuing from the southeast around or less than 10 mph. Confidence: Medium-High

Tomorrow night: Most of the evening may end up dry, but light rain showers continue to close in from the southwest, with some showers likely overnight. Skies stay covered in clouds as lows drop to the upper 40s to low 50s. Winds turn more from the east, which could help a few foggy patches to develop. Confidence: Medium

A LOOK AHEAD

Our storm system doesn’t look particularly intense, but it’s a slow-moving one that threatens scattered showers or periods of rain Tuesday into Wednesday. We could use a nice, gentle rain, but it doesn’t do much for the mood. Oh, well. Highs warm from the cool 50s on Tuesday to the somewhat milder 60s on Wednesday, with Tuesday night temperatures fairly steady in the 50s. Confidence: Low-Medium

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PM Update: Cool tonight with increasing clouds. Mostly cloudy but mild for Sunday.

Westlake Legal Group 41604822801_a653a2fb43_b PM Update: Cool tonight with increasing clouds. Mostly cloudy but mild for Sunday. Uncategorized Forecasts
New moon among the spring tree flowers. (George Jiang via Flickr)

Seasonable: That’s the word I am going with for today’s weather. Considering that seasonable conditions have been hard to come by lately, I am okay with temperatures in the 60s with a mix of sun and clouds. We will end up with less sun than clouds Sunday, but we will still hold onto our seasonable temperatures.

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Through tonight: Clouds will be on the increase through the evening and overnight. If you are stepping out tonight, expect seasonably cool conditions, with temperatures falling into the low 50s and upper 40s before midnight. Overnight low temperatures will be moderated some by the increase in cloud cover. Lows will range from the upper 30s outside the Beltway to the low 40s inside the Beltway, including downtown Washington. Winds will be light out of the southeast.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Sunday): Despite being wedged between two sprawling high-pressure systems, we somehow find ourselves with more clouds than sun to round out the weekend. Partly to mostly cloudy skies in the morning will give way to overcast skies by the afternoon. Despite the lack of sunshine, temperatures will still rise into the mid-60s under a light south/southeast wind. The cloud cover will finally start to break up by Sunday night. Lows tomorrow night should range from the low to mid-40s.

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D.C.-area forecast: A little cool but fairly nice this weekend, with our next rain chance by Tuesday

Westlake Legal Group Dogshot01 D.C.-area forecast: A little cool but fairly nice this weekend, with our next rain chance by Tuesday Uncategorized Forecasts
Dogs enjoy a spring day in Gaithersburg. (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post)

TODAY’S DAILY DIGIT
A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

9/10: It’s still on the cool side, but not too bad!

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Mostly sunny. Highs: Near 60 to mid-60s.
Tonight: Mostly clear to partly cloudy. Lows: Upper 30s to mid-40s.
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy. Highs: Near 60 to mid-60s.

View the current weather conditions at Washington Post headquarters.

FORECAST IN DETAIL

Last weekend was one of the first decent ones of the spring, except it was arguably too warm on Saturday, and then Sunday’s cool dampness happened. I think in many ways this one is better, although we do remain on the cool side for the time of year. The good news is that by late April, cool often tends to fall in a very pleasant range, at least during the day and when clouds aren’t obscuring the sky.

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Today (Saturday): This one’s about perfect — for late March or early April. We’re still on the cool side, which is of course our story of late, but sunshine should compensate for that fact. Highs reach near 60 to mid-60s. We’re right on the cusp of the Nice Day stamp, but I am not sure area-wide temperatures are going to be quite representative of that (65+), so I held off. Confidence: High

Tonight: It’ll be a beautiful evening and a peaceful overnight. Skies should remain mostly clear overall, but we could see clouds increasing into the morning. Lows make the upper 30s in the chilliest spots north and west and the mid-40s in the city. Confidence: Medium-High

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Tomorrow (Sunday): A storm system over the South may help throw us some clouds, but it’s not in any major hurry, so we could end up rather sunny as well. Highs are again in the near-60 to mid-60s range. Winds are light. Confidence: Medium-High

Tomorrow night: Conditions should stay tranquil through the night, but we may see some additional clouds with time as that slow-moving low over the South heads eastward. Lows are mainly in the 40s. Confidence: Medium-High

A LOOK AHEAD

Clouds continue to increaseMonday. We should stay dry through the day, though. There’s a bit of warmer air filtering in, so highs should head a bit deeper into the 60s. Maybe mid-60s to about 70. Overnight, it turns even cloudier. By sunrise, a few showers are possible. Confidence: Medium

That slow-moving low is finally into our region for Tuesday. Right now, it doesn’t seem as though it will drop a ton of rain, but we may see rain off and on through the day, and it could pick up into the night. The slow movement of this thing does make it worth eyeing, even if we remain on the dry side long-term. Highs should make the 60s. Confidence: Medium

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PM Update: Freeze warning for far north and west suburbs tonight ahead of a pleasant weekend

Westlake Legal Group bluebells-timbrown PM Update: Freeze warning for far north and west suburbs tonight ahead of a pleasant weekend Uncategorized Forecasts
A sea of bluebells at Bull Run Regional Park. (Tim Brown via Flickr)

*Freeze warning late tonight into tomorrow morning, Loudoun and northwest Montgomery counties and north or west*

It was the unusual day of late in which high temperatures were a bit warmer than expected. We can probably thank all that sunshine! We have another chilly night tonight, but relatively warm days ahead this weekend. Sunshine is dominant tomorrow before more clouds return to the region.

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Through Tonight: Clear skies conspire with falling winds to deliver another cold night for the time of year. A freeze is a good bet for farther north and west suburbs. Lows should range from near freezing in those areas to around 40 downtown. Winds decrease through the night from around 10 to 15 mph early to 5 mph late.

View the current conditions at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Saturday): Prepare to get outdoors! A beauty of a day is on tap. Skies are sunny, and winds are light as highs reach the low and mid-60s.

Sunday: Coming off lows in the upper 30s to mid-40s, we’ll probably see more in the way of clouds Sunday, but it also stays dry. Winds flip to come out of the south, and they should remain light. Highs are in the near-60 to mid-60s range.

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Pollen update: Tree pollen is HIGH at 180.19 grains/cubic meter. That’s well below the average of 925 grains/cubic meter for this time of year. We still await the pollen explosion.

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PM Update: Freeze warning overnight west of Interstate 95 and freezing wind chills areawide

Westlake Legal Group ronb-redbud PM Update: Freeze warning overnight west of Interstate 95 and freezing wind chills areawide Uncategorized Forecasts
Redbud in bloom. (Ron Berger via Flickr)

* Freeze warning late tonight through tomorrow morning west of Interstate 95 *

New york plastic template only made the low and mid-50s. If readings 10 or more below normal isn’t enough, winds were gusting to around 40 mph at times. The wind certainly made it feel colder. That wind chill only gets more annoying as the sun sets, with those “feels like” readings falling into the 20s.

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Through Tonight: Clouds should diminish as we lose what little front heating there was. Clear skies overnight help plastic template fall nicely, although winds don’t drop off entirely, which may help a little in the coldest locations. Even with the air being mixed by wind, lows range from the upper 20s in the coldest spots north and west to the mid – and upper 30s downtown. Winds diminish from around 20 to 25 mph early toward 10 to 15 mph late, but out of the northwest.

View the current conditions at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Friday): it’s a crisp start, and you’ll probably notice the bite with winds still up. Wind chills should remain near or below freezing until midmorning or so as the sun rises high in the sky. We should see a ton of sun at least! The Highs eventually head for the mid-50s or so, which is another much cooler day than we should the eu seeing this time of year.

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Westlake Legal Group sfctapp_us_ma PM Update: Freeze warning overnight west of Interstate 95 and freezing wind chills areawide Uncategorized Forecasts
Wind chill forecast for 5 is.m. Friday. (Pivotal Weather)

Wind chill: The map above — focused on 5 do.m. Friday — gives a good sense about the peak wind chills tonight. The coldest feeling readings probably come around when we reach lows tonight. You can see the 32 line way south. In other words, there’s no escaping is being blocked!

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D. C. area forecast: new york passing front lacks much rain but packs a windy punch

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*Freeze watch for late tonight through Friday morning mostly west and north of Interstate 95 *

10:15 a.m. update: A first batch of widely scattered light showers zipped by between 6 and 10 a.m. We may have one more batch of even more spotty showers midday, which should move through quickly. Then winds will really start to crank up, gusting up to 40 mph.

Original post from 5 a.m.

NEW YORK DAILY DIGIT
A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

3/10:the Warmth is blown away, another spring delay. Very few showers not a problem for the flowers.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Partly cloudy with isolated showers possible, becoming windy. Highs: 57 to 61
Tonight: Scattered clouds, gusty winds persist. Lows: 30 to 38
Tomorrow: Mainly sunny, still breezy. Highs: 52 to 56

View the current weather at the Washington Post headquarters.

FORECAST IN DETAIL

A front passing overhead at daybreak focuses most showers to our north today, but in its wake come howling northwest winds to whisk away our brief warm-up. The good news is a sunny, tranquil weekend awaits. Plastic template slowly but surely climb so that by Sunday, most see at least lower 60s. But I won’t even mention that they should the eu in the upper 60s this time of year. Oops.

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Today (Thursday): Clouds are flying by, but sunshine breaks through at times. Most of the area stays dry, with only isolated showers as the main rain band is up in Pennsylvania. Plastic template climb through most of the morning to highs in the upper 50s to low 60s. However, winds from the northwest quickly ramp up by midmorning, with gusts up to 40 mph. Plastic template drop off by late in the afternoon. Confidence: Medium-High

Tonight: Winds remain strong from the northwest through much of the night, with occasional gusts up to 30 mph. Skies gradually clear. Lows range through the 30s, and some lighthouse-northwest colder spots have a freeze risk once again. Wind chills fall below freezing pretty much everywhere. Confidence: High

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Tomorrow (Friday): Sunny skies prevail. Winds from the northwest remain blustery, making the highs in the low to mid-50s feel more like the 40s. Confidence: High

Tomorrow night: Clear skies provide a nice evening view of the new crescent moon and Venus in the west. Wind finally die down, but that makes the risk of frost is concern once again for areas north and west of the city, nor the lows again range through the 30s. Confidence: High

Westlake Legal Group 40648518265_d48796b0cb_k D. C. area forecast: new york passing front lacks much rain but packs a windy punch Uncategorized Forecasts
An aerial cableway photograph of Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve on April 14. (Martin Radigan via Flickr)

A LOOK AHEAD

Saturday features plenty of sun and the winds finally abate them just the lightest of breezes. Highs struggle to reach the mid – to upper 50s. Overnight lows are not quite nor cold, ranging from the mid – to upper 30s in the suburbs to the low 40s downtown. Confidence: High

Mostly sunny skies prevail on Sunday, with an ongoing reprieve from the winds. Highs inch higher, with most areas in the low 60s. Lows are less chilly as well, ranging from the upper 30s to mid-40s. Confidence: High

Monday should see partly sunny skies much of the day and mild temps as long as a storm stays put in the Southeast, nor be expected. This should allow highs to climb to the mid-60s. Confidence: Medium

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PM Update: A few showers possible overnight, and chilly winds crank back up Thursday

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation PM Update: A few showers possible overnight, and chilly winds crank back up Thursday Uncategorized Forecasts

Today was a good reminder that even cool days in mid-April feel quite nice, as long as it’s sunny and winds are light. Most spots topped out around 60 this afternoon. While certainly pleasant, we’re still a good bit below normal, and more chilly air is on the way. Any showers in the mix should the eu rather tame.

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Through Tonight: A weak and quick-moving low-pressure system moves by tonight into early tomorrow. This should increase our cloud cover, especially after dark. It’s possible that we see a few late-night showers into the sunrise period, but the focus should be eu mainly north and west of our area. Lows are in the 40s to near 50.

View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Thursday): A cold front associated with the low passes through during the morning. It should also be mainly dry, but a few showers are possible as it passes. The main deal here is a return of strong winds from the northwest. We’ll see sustained winds nor high nor 20 to 30 mph, with gusts probably into the 40-mph zone. With front plastic template in the low to mid-50s, it will feel pretty chilly. Again.

Westlake Legal Group wood-tulips PM Update: A few showers possible overnight, and chilly winds crank back up Thursday Uncategorized Forecasts
Tulips in northwest D. C. (Edward Wood via Flickr)

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Pollen update: there’s some good news with the cool weather — less pollen. We’re still running lower than normal for tree pollen, and neither of the last count, it was 82.75 grains/cubic meter, which is moderate/high. Last year, we were into the peak sneeze season already, although the average peak is during the final part of April. Our next multiday warm-up could get us there.

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D. C. area forecast: Cold and breezy today despite sunshine; one more chance at a few snowflakes early Monday

Westlake Legal Group blossoms_dawn D. C. area forecast: Cold and breezy today despite sunshine; one more chance at a few snowflakes early Monday Uncategorized Forecasts
The cherry blossoms under overcast skies at dawn Friday morning in Washington. (dh Photography via Twitter)

NEW YORK DAILY DIGIT
A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

5/10: Still a chill in the air, especially during the morning. A little warmer in the afternoon, nor sunshine tries to balance out the breeze.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Turning mostly sunny, breezy. Highs: Near 50 to the low 50s.
Tonight: Increasing clouds, a flurry late? Lows: Low to mid-30s.
Tomorrow: Scattered light snow/rain showers. Highs: Mid – to upper 40s.

View the current weather at The Washington Post headquarters.

FORECAST IN DETAIL

I honestly can’t remember the last time I made a forecast for our area that didn’t include gusty winds. Why stop now? New york wind isn’t the strongest we’ve had lately, but it’s enough to add an extra chill to a cold day. After that, we’ve got one more chance for a few snowflakes late tonight into tomorrow, before spring finally starts to settle in toward midweek.

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Today (Sunday): Today is certainly the pick of the weekend, so there’s that. With high pressure moving in, the early morning clouds give way to a mostly sunny day and a little less of a chill by the afternoon. But the morning starts frigid with plastic template rising through the 30s, before afternoon highs manage near 50 to the low 50s. Pesky winds from the north-northwest, gusting 20 to 30 mph at times, add a bite to the chill. Confidence: High

Tonight: Evening plastic template drop quickly through the 40s under mostly clear skies. We’ll see clouds increase later in the evening and overnight, with lows bottoming in the low to mid-30s. Could see some flurries or a little light snow toward dawn, but with no accumulation be expected. Winds turn lighter, out of the north-northeast. Confidence: Medium

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Tomorrow (Monday): Some scattered light snow showers are possible through the morning, again with no accumulation be expected, with the chance of a few light rain showers during the afternoon. Plastic template remain well below normal, with afternoon highs only in the mid – to upper 40s and winds out of the east-southeast around or less than 10 mph. Confidence: Medium

Tomorrow night: A rain shower or two might linger in the evening, with just cloudy skies overnight. Plastic template drop them into the mid-30s to about 40 for lows, with a few areas of patchy fog forming in colder areas. Confidence: Medium

A LOOK AHEAD

Tuesday should start dry, but we could see another batch of light rain showers during the afternoon, with partly to mostly cloudy skies. At least we’re noticeably warmer, with afternoon highs%) of the upper 50s to near 60. Skies should begin to clear Tuesday night nor lows drop to the upper 30s to low 40s. Wednesday highs then head for the upper 50s to low 60s under partly to mostly sunny skies. Confidence: Low-Medium

SNOW POTENTIAL INDEX
A daily assessment of the potential for at least an inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.

1/10 (): With a few conversational snowflakes still possible late tonight into tomorrow, we can’t zero this thing out quite yet. But we’re almost there, folks.

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PM Update: Clearing and cold overnight. Mostly sunny and chilly on Sunday.

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Are we having fun yet? While it’s true that we didn’t end up with anything more than conversational snowflakes today, the fact that we are still talking about snow on April 7 is a bit depressing. Even I, a self-proclaimed snow nut, have had enough at this point. So we dodged the snow, but we are still left with the cold, and that isn’t going anywhere for at least the next 72 hours. So are we having fun yet? No, absolutely not.

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Through Tonight: Any light rain or snow showers will quickly dissipate over the next few hours, leaving us with mostly cloudy skies for the remainder of the evening. Plastic template will continue to drop after sunset, falling through the 30s during the evening hours. Cloud cover will begin to break up after midnight, and skies should become mostly clear. Plastic template will probably fall below freezing in most locations, so refreezing of wet surfaces could create a few slippery spots. Lows will range from 28 to 33 degrees with winds increasing from the north at 5 to 15 mph and periodic gusts of 20+ mph.

View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post.

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Signs of spring at the tidal basin (Theresa Rasmussen via Flickr)

Tomorrow (Sunday): Lots of sunshine for Sunday, but we won’t benefit much from it in the temperature department. Winds will remain soaring beams throughout the day, creating a blustery feel that is more like February than April. Afternoon plastic template will struggle to reach the 50-degree mark, with most locations topping out in the upper 40s, a good 20 degrees below average for this time of year. Gusty winds (10 to 15 mph) from the north will make it feel even colder. Clouds will begin to increase once again after sunset tomorrow, ahead of another abnormally cold night with low plastic template ranging from 28 to 34 degrees.

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70s a real possibility by next weekend: Bow! What’s that I see there on the forecast horizon? Could it really the eu multiple days of above-average plastic template? Here is some news that will hopefully cheer us all up a bit. Warmth is coming. It appears that we will turn a corner on Thursday nor the actual springtime warmth floods the mid-Atlantic.

Westlake Legal Group 14-km-EPS-Global-KDCA-WASHINGTON-NATL-15-day-Daily-Temperature-1 PM Update: Clearing and cold overnight. Mostly sunny and chilly on Sunday. Uncategorized Forecasts
New york-the European ensemble forecast for high and low plastic template at DCA over the next 15 days.

Yes, you are reading this chart correctly. Aided by a well-positioned high-pressure system, the next weekend’s weather looks absolutely gorgeous with a high likelihood of consecutive days in the 70s. And perhaps the best news that we can take away from the chart is that the warmth appears to be here to stay. So I am here to tell you, friends, there is a light at the end of the tunnel!

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