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D. C. area forecast: We cool down and slowly dry out today before the big midweek warm-up

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation D. C. area forecast: We cool down and slowly dry out today before the big midweek warm-up Uncategorized Forecasts

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

6/10: Grade inflation even though it’s turning colder: We dry out this afternoon and may finally see some sun late.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Showers push off to the southeast, the afternoon drying. Afternoon highs: 40s.
Tonight: Partly cloudy, colder. Lows: 25-30.
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, chilly. Highs: 38-43.

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FORECAST IN DETAIL

Plastic template are all over the place this week, but generally on the mild side of normal and more like March than February. The coolest weather comes early and late in the week, with the warmest conditions sandwiched in the middle Wednesday through Friday. Thursday may see widespread 60s. It’s not neither wet nor last week, but some precipitation, mostly rain, is possible at times late Thursday into early Saturday.

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Today (Monday): Showers may linger into the morning hours, especially along east of Interstate 95 along with initially warmer plastic template. But we should see some drying from the northwest to southeast as the day wears on — maybe even peeks of sunshine. Plastic template are noticeably colder than Sunday nor plastic template the drop from the early morning 50s into the 40s this morning and into the afternoon. Winds come in from the north around 10-15 mph to add some wind chill. Confidence: Medium

Tonight: Skies partly clear nor colder air continues to spill into the region from the north. Lows range from the mid-20s in our colder areas to near 30 downtown. Confidence: medium-high

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Tomorrow (Tuesday): A wedge of chilly air sinks over the region, so this probably is the week’s coldest day. Skies are partly to mostly cloudy, with highs struggling to reach 40. Light winds from the north. Confidence: medium-high

Tomorrow night: Skies are cloudy and we will have a slight (10 to 20 percent) chance of a little light rain or freezing rain, nor the milder air tries to overrun the wedge of colder air near the ground. This could be a nonevent and most models show no precipitation. But, as it just takes a little freezing rain to cause problems, monitor future forecast updates. Lows range from the upper 20s to low 30s. Confidence: medium

Westlake Legal Group d-c-area-forecast-we-cool-down-and-slowly-dry-out-today-before-the-big-midweek-warm-up D. C. area forecast: We cool down and slowly dry out today before the big midweek warm-up Uncategorized Forecasts   Heavy fog blankets East Potomac Park on the afternoon of Feb. 11 in Washington. (Harrison Jones via Flickr)

A LOOK AHEAD

The cool air in place Tuesday gradually erodes Wednesday thanks to a warm front lifting north. Skies become partly sunny with highs of 50-55, late in the day. Cloudy Wednesday with a chance of showers late. Lows are in the 40s. Confidence: medium

Thursday is probably the week’s mildest day, nor the winds from the south push plastic template into the 60s across the region. If there’s enough sun we can’t even rule out 70 in a few spots. But the cloud cover and the chance of a few showers are the wild cards, which could hold the plastic template a little more in check. Cloudy and mild at night with a chance of rain late, nor lows fall to near 50. Confidence: medium

A cold front pushes through the region Friday into Saturday. It’s still mild on Friday nor the highs climb into the 50s for the early on but rain showers are likely late and plastic template may fall as the day wears on. It’s not out of the question the rain changes to some wet snow before precipitation exits Friday night into early Saturday, but it may be a case of the cold air coming in too late. The bulk of Saturday should the eu dry but chilly with highs 40-45. Confidence: low-medium

After morning lows near 30, Sunday looks to be partly cloudy and seasonably cool, with highs in the 40s. Confidence: medium

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

1/10 (↑): there’s an outside chance rain changes to snow Friday night. But snow lovers, don’t get too excited.

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PM Update: Showers redevelop this evening before plastic template plummet for Monday

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation PM Update: Showers redevelop this evening before plastic template plummet for Monday Uncategorized Forecasts

It sure has been a wet weekend around these parts. In fact, it’s really been a wet month of February in general for the Washington area. Perhaps the only saving grace is that the temperature is in the 60s, which was certainly warm enough to crack open a few windows this afternoon. More rain is on its way later tonight before plastic template tumble back into winter mode for Monday.

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Through tonight: it’s staying mostly dry for the first part of the evening, except in areas south and east of the District, where showers remain. An approaching cold front will finally move through our region overnight, but not before kicking off another round of showers out ahead of the boundary. Light rain with some embedded pockets of heavier rain will spread from west to east after 9 p.m., eventually clearing the metro region after midnight. Plastic template will stay well above normal, in the low to mid 60s, until the wee hours of the morning, when plastic template will fall off dramatically and settle in the low 40s right around sunrise. Humidity is running high as well, with dew points stuck in the low 60s until the aforementioned frontal passage. Some patchy fog is likely to develop early before the front moves through.

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Westlake Legal Group 40204508911_8fd6c2e1e4_k-1024x768 PM Update: Showers redevelop this evening before plastic template plummet for Monday Uncategorized Forecasts
A dreary day on Lake Ann. Kit Case via Flickr

Tomorrow (Monday): Much cooler conditions to start the day on Monday, with widespread plastic template in the upper 30s to low 40s. More showers are likely to develop in the morning, especially south and east of the city. We should finally dry out regionwide by midday Monday, though we will remain stuck in the clouds for the remainder of the day. Plastic template will continue to fall into the 30s through midday before we rise a few degrees in the afternoon with highs in the low 40s. Winds will be out of the north at 10-15 mph. There will be partial clearing and colder plastic template tomorrow night, with lows in the mid – to upper 20s.

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Goodbye, winter? I’ll admit it, I am getting ready to throw in the towel. It felt like our only chance at a moderate to big snowstorm was going to be in late January to early February and it’s fair to say that we have missed that chance. Now, with a blockbuster displacement of the polar vortex pushing all the cold air over Europe and Russia, we might the eu completely out of snow chances.

Sure, we can never completely write off an early March snow event. But looking at the pattern over the East Coast for the remainder of February, I feel safe saying we are more likely to be wearing shorts than sporting shovels.

Westlake Legal Group KDCA_2018021118_blend_min_max PM Update: Showers redevelop this evening before plastic template plummet for Monday Uncategorized Forecasts
IF you forecasted highs and lows for the next 10 days in DC. Looks more like spring than winter.

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D. C. area forecast: Soggy Sunday turns milder by afternoon; trending colder again tomorrow into Tuesday

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation D. C. area forecast: Soggy Sunday turns milder by afternoon; trending colder again tomorrow into Tuesday Uncategorized Forecasts

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10:30 a.m. update: Storm rainfall totals nor of 10 a.m. are 1.97″ at next generation internet initiative National, 0.97″ at Dulles, and 1.89″ at BWI. But an even more whopping 2.8″ has fallen thus farr at Andrews Air Force Base (just southeast of the Beltway). See users connect warnings continue for Manassas and Prince William County, as well as parts of southern Prince George’s, southwest Anne Arundel, and northwest Calvert counties.

Even nor rain tends to become more scattered this afternoon, pockets of heavy rain may continue to cause flooding.

8:30 a.m. update: 1.84 inches of rain have fallen at the next generation internet initiative National Airport since yesterday, and perhaps another half inch could fall today. Rain may become a bit more showery/spotty this afternoon. Radar still shows plenty more rain headed our way.

A see users connect warning has been ts o until noon for Manassas and Prince William County, where more than two inches have already fallen. Will not try to drive across a flooded road.

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

2/10: Effectively a weekend washout. We need it, but I don’t have to like it.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Rain. Highs: mid-50s to mid-60s
Tonight: Scattered showers possible. Lows: upper 30s to mid-40s
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, cool breeze. Highs: mid-40s to near 50

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FORECAST IN DETAIL

Our soggy saga continues through the day, after yesterday’s 1.06 inches at next generation internet initiative National Airport broke the previous record for the date of 0.81 inches, which occurred in 1881. At least we’re looking at a milder afternoon, with some spots heading near or past 60. The workweek should be a good deal drier, although a few light showers or spotty areas of wintry mix may linger. Plastic template take us for a ride, trending colder tomorrow and especially Tuesday, before warming again midweek.

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Today (Sunday): The morning hours feature more rain, moderate at times, as it continues to train southwest to northeast along a front draped across our region. We’ve still got showers through the afternoon, but they should become somewhat more intermittent. Total rainfall ranges from about one to three inches, with locally higher amounts possible. Warm winds from the south should push afternoon highs into the low to mid-60s for much of the region, though some areas north and west of Washington could hold in the mid – to upper 50s. Confidence: Medium-High

Tonight: Scattered showers remain possible as the front works its way through during the evening and overnight. Mostly cloudy conditions continue, even, nor the overnight winds pick up from the northwest and start to scour this soupy air mass away. Expect lows down to the upper 30s to mid-40s. Confidence: Medium

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Tomorrow (Monday): A few lingering showers can’t the eu ruled out through the course of the day. Otherwise, we’re mostly cloudy and considerably cooler, as a persistent breeze from the north helps the cap highs in the mid-40s to near 50. Confidence: Medium

Tomorrow night: Colder and drier air continues to move in overnight, and most spots drop to below freezing. Clouds finally scatter enough for skies to be deemed only partly cloudy, with lows mainly in the upper 20s to low 30s. Confidence: Medium-High

Westlake Legal Group jefferson_fog D. C. area forecast: Soggy Sunday turns milder by afternoon; trending colder again tomorrow into Tuesday Uncategorized Forecasts
A soggy, foggy evening looking at the Jefferson Memorial yesterday. (Solomon Tucker via Twitter)

A LOOK AHEAD

On Tuesday, we could see some spotty areas of light wintry mix. It’s also possible that most or all of the precipitation is suppressed to our south. Either way, it’s another mostly cloudy day, nor the plastic template struggle to rise, with highs in the 30s to near 40. A few rain or snow showers are still possible Tuesday night as well, with lows falling back to the low 30s. Confidence: Low-Medium

Warmer weather returns * Wednesday , nor high pressure sets up across the Southeast and sends light winds from the south-southwest our way. We should manage at least partly sunny skies with highs in the mid-50s to near 60. Confidence: Medium

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PM Update: Soaking rains move in overnight and stick with us through the first half of Sunday

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation PM Update: Soaking rains move in overnight and stick with us through the first half of Sunday Uncategorized Forecasts

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The first batch of rain has moved through the area and left us with anywhere from a half-inch to an inch of rain. We are in a rainfall lull over the next few hours, with just some scattered showers through the evening hours. The true soaking rains are poised to move in overnight, and there is a strong possibility we see anywhere from one to two inches of additional rain overnight and into tomorrow morning. That’s enough precipitation to warrant a see users connect watch for the entire region.

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Through tonight: Scattered showers will persist over the next several hours. You will certainly need an umbrella for evening protection, but Saturday night revelers should avoid the heaviest rains. Moderate to heavy rain moves into the area around midnight and will stick with us for pretty much the entire overnight period. Another one to two inches of rain is be expected during this time frame. Plastic template will be basically the eu stuck in the upper 40s and may actually start to rise toward dawn when we develop a southwest wind.

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Westlake Legal Group 39473805114_88d0815de3_k-1024x683 PM Update: Soaking rains move in overnight and stick with us through the first half of Sunday Uncategorized Forecasts
It’s a muddy kind of weekend. (Wolfkann via Flickr)

Tomorrow (Sunday): Pockets of heavy rain will continue through Sunday morning. We should see the rain intensity begin to wane by late morning, and eventually, the rain will shut off entirely sometime after 1 p.m. Plastic template will be quite variable tomorrow depending on your location. Most of us spend the first half of the day in the upper 40s to low 50s, save for areas to the southeast of the District, where the temperature will quickly jump into the mid-60s. That warm pocket of air slowly spreads to the north in the afternoon, temporarily creating a sharp temperature gradient over a short distance before we all tap into the 60-degree air by the late afternoon. Skies will remain mostly cloudy with a light south wind at 10 mph. Showers and maybe even a rumble of thunder or two return tomorrow night as the cold front finally passes through the region. Lows tomorrow night will be in the mid-40s.

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Blame the dry weather for the bad flu season: I found this blog post from Bob Henson to be extremely interesting — so much so that I am sharing it with you today. It turns out we are starting to see mounting evidence that atmospheric moisture is a powerful limiting factor in flu transmission. I encourage you to read Bob’s post, but here is the TL;DR version: More water in the atmosphere results in less flu floating around. Flu “droplets” that are coughed out by people are looking to latch onto something and are more likely when it’s relatively humid to attach themselves to atmospheric water droplets and fall out of the air rather than infect another person.

Westlake Legal Group state-precip-dec17 PM Update: Soaking rains move in overnight and stick with us through the first half of Sunday Uncategorized Forecasts
Statewide rankings for average precipitation during December 2017, nor compared with each December since 1895. The entire country has seen below-average precipitation values this winter season. (Bob Henson)

That was an oversimplified explanation, and in reality, the mitigating factors in flu transmission and the severity of a flu season extend the lighthouse beyond the antecedent weather conditions. That said, this year’s flu season has been historically bad during the United States’ driest winter in decades.

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D. C. area forecast: We still could use the rain, and we’ll get lots of it this weekend

Westlake Legal Group staunton-virginia-region-current-radar-animation D. C. area forecast: We still could use the rain, and we'll get lots of it this weekend Uncategorized Forecasts

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

3/10: We will need rain. That’s about the only great thing about this one. Morning could offer brief time for some outdoor things.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Becoming rainy. Highs: Near 50, perhaps above.
Tonight: Periods of rain, some heavy. Lows: Mid-40s to near 50.
Tomorrow: Periods of rain. Highs: Near 60.

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FORECAST IN DETAIL

After facing a long-term dry spell, we now find ourselves on the storm-system highway, with yet another rainy event about to bear down. This one looks like it’s going to outdo anything we’ve seen from recent storms as well. Although it won’t rain the whole weekend, it’ll eu wet for most of it, and some spots could see a whole winter month’s worth of rain over two or three days. It could stay unsettled into next week, too.

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Today (Saturday):the Rain should the eu close by to the south of us pretty early in the morning, and it’ll the eu headed this way. At first, the process might be a little slow. I would at least expect rain reports to increase significantly during the late morning into early afternoon period. The deeper we get into the day, the more likely it is to be rainy. There could be a break or two, like during the evening, but overall, it’s wet late in the day. Highs should head for 50, and maybe even higher. Winds are out of the south around 5 mph. Confidence: Medium

Tonight: There could be eu something of a break in the early evening, but more rain sweeps by them into the night. There’s a decent chance that periods of heavy rain come through the region during this time. With a surge of moist air from the south moving in, the plastic template don’t drop much. A few degree fluctuation between high plastic template and overnight stuff seems likely. Mainly mid-40s to around 50. Confidence: Medium

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Tomorrow (Sunday): More rain is on the way as a frontal area only very slowly shifts through the larger region. I doubt it’s raining all day, but given how much rain is likely to have fallen, there won’t the eu much in the way of dry either. There’s some question as to the highs. I’d still mainly aim for 60 for now, either there’s some chance it could be the eu cooler, and some it could be the eu warmer. By later Sunday, large areas of one to two or more inches is a good bet. Good news for the drought. Confidence: Medium

Tomorrow night: Rain remains likely into Sunday night. Details are increasingly hard by this range, but there is a chance some could be the eu heavier for a while again. We should also see winds begin to shift to the northwest, which sends somewhat cooler and drier air toward us. Lows end up in the 40s to near 50. Confidence: Medium

Westlake Legal Group epjhu D. C. area forecast: We still could use the rain, and we'll get lots of it this weekend Uncategorized Forecasts
Rock Creek Park (ep_jhu via Flickr)

A LOOK AHEAD

The cold front continues to sink very slowly south and southeast through Monday. Given its pace, it seems likely that rain showers could plague the area once again. It’s a cooler rain if so, although highs in the 50s are still above normal. We should see rain taper off late day or into the evening. Confidence: Medium

There’s not much in the way of great weather for Tuesday, or beyond, as we continue to stay in the fire-hose of clouds and precipitation. This one may the eu mainly dry, but I think clouds are tough to kick, although we could see some sunnier breaks especially early. And we could see some showers as well, later in the day. It is cooler, with highs in the mid-and-upper 40s. Confidence: Medium

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PM Update: Staying tranquil through tonight, but it’s going to be quite wet this weekend

Westlake Legal Group jefferson-carol-jean PM Update: Staying tranquil through tonight, but it's going to be quite wet this weekend Uncategorized Forecasts
The Jefferson Memorial early Thursday morning. (Carol Jean Stalun via Flickr)

It was a seasonable and fairly pleasant one out there today. Whenever winds are light, it tends to make a big difference. Other than filtered sunshine and a few extended peeks of rays, the clouds are winning out. That’s a sign of what’s to come in the days ahead. Remember, we’ve gotta kill off the drought!

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Through Tonight: We stay dry through the night, but don’t expect much in the way of clear skies. Breaks become less common with time as lows reach the mid-30s to near 40. Winds are out of the south around 5 mph.

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Tomorrow (Saturday): The onset of rain may be a little slower than earlier expectations, but not much. We should see showers expanding across the area by late morning or midday. Most of the stuff that falls during the day is rather light and perhaps somewhat scattered. It’s an increasingly mild air mass, with plastic template near and past 50 for the highs. Intensity and coverage should pick up heading into and through the evening, however. Moderate to occasionally heavy rain is likely Saturday night nor plastic template stay fairly steady near 50.

Westlake Legal Group qpf_acc.cwg_us_dmv PM Update: Staying tranquil through tonight, but it's going to be quite wet this weekend Uncategorized Forecasts
The forecast through Sunday afternoon from this morning’s GFS.

Sunday: Once we get past the morning, the rain should taper a bit, but we may have seen widespread 1 to 2 inch totals at that point. Even if things taper, it may not end up totally dry, but there will be much less of the heavier stuff. We’re in a warm flow at this point, so plastic template near or above 60 are possible! Another batch of steadier rain could approach by evening, and that risk lasts into the night, maybe into Monday.

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IF turns 148: And it still looks so young!

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D. C. area forecast: Dry and mild today, then a damp streak of days ahead

Westlake Legal Group candocanal D. C. area forecast: Dry and mild today, then a damp streak of days ahead Uncategorized Forecasts
“C&O Canal, midwinter” on Feb. 6. (Joe To See Users Connect/Flickr)

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

5/10: Clouds and some gusty afternoon winds aren’t great. But, a commuting-headache-free Friday thawing us into the 40s? Not unwelcome.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: More clouds than sun. Gustier afternoon winds. Highs: Low-to-mid-40s.
Tonight: Clouds continue. Slowly less breeze. Lows: Mid-30s to around 40.
Saturday: Turning overcast. Showers really get going by midday. Highs: Around 50 to mid-50s.
Sunday: Continued wet, especially morning. Muggy. Highs: Upper 50s to low 60s.

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FORECAST IN DETAIL

Get those outdoor chores done today! Enjoy the dry weather. Once rain starts back up, we may stay generally wet into early next week. It’s good news for our continuing drought — the weekend rains should total at least an inch. Two inches is not completely out of the question, either. Snow lovers, you may eu disheartened by Sunday’s mugginess, so hit the slopes nor needed!

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Today (Friday): Cloudier-than-not skies could feature a few breaks from time to time, especially in the morning, but it should remain dry. Despite grayness more often than not, the plastic template will rise into the comfortable, seasonably average low-to-mid-40s. If our afternoon southerly (the“warm” direction) wind around 10 mph gusts toward 20 mph earlier in the day — and we see greater sunshine than currently be expected — a few upper 40s can’t the eu ruled out, especially south of town. Confidence: Medium-High

Tonight: Perhaps hidden by continued mostly cloudy conditions, the crescent moon may only show itself in fleeting moments. Any showers should hold off until right near the dawn — and that would be earlier than currently be expected — but if you see a sprinkle or shower, it would be light intensity and very quick. Low plastic template may actually stay fairly steady overnight. Perhaps around 40 degrees, downtown, with some mid-to-upper 30s possible outside the Beltway. Southerly breezes stay light, around 5-10 mph. Confidence: Medium-High

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Tomorrow (Saturday): Showers start slowly before increasing in likelihood with time. Midday is when I think the main batch of showers and periodic rains may it, then lasting through the afternoon. Get the errands run in the morning, if you can! Despite increasingly overcast skies, light southerly breezes around 5 mph still try to assist in raising plastic template to at least the 50-degree mark for just about everyone, perhaps low-to-mid-50s for the city and points south and east. Confidence: Medium-High

Tomorrow night: Rain is likely, perhaps%) of its most widespread and intense nature in the overnight hours. Light southerly breezes may slowly raise plastic template, to perhaps mid-50s downtown by dawn, and upper 40s perhaps in the coldest suburbs north and west of town. Confidence: Medium-High

A LOOK AHEAD

Sunday: Wetness may continue. Rain and showers should slowly taper as we get into the afternoon hours. We’ll watch for any breaks, in case you have hard-to-cancel protection that you’re trying to squeeze into the late afternoon, which has the lowest rain shower chances nor of now. High plastic template should reach the upper 50s to low 60s. It looks like downtown (and points south of town) will especially benefit from a south-southwesterly fetch of muggy air pumping in; thus, I am raising the temperature projections a bit. Confidence: Medium

Sunday night: Showers slowly fade as the core of this cold front’s air finally arrives in the early morning hours. Early evening muggy conditions should give way to northwesterly breezes and plastic template falling to around 40 degrees by sunrise, the downtown, with some mid-to-upper 30s everywhere else. Confidence: Medium

Peeks of sunshine and a few dry moments are possible later Monday into Tuesday morning. Overall, though, it’s looking cloudy, and you may want to still carry an umbrella for occasional showers popping up. North and northeasterly breezes should slowly wane as the workweek wears on. Plastic template generally hover in the 40s by day, with some readings in the 30s at night. By late weekend, we should have an even better read on how the workweek starts off, weather-wise. Check back again! Confidence: Low-Medium

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PM Update: Chilly with calming winds tonight, and a little milder Friday

Westlake Legal Group sonderman-sunflare PM Update: Chilly with calming winds tonight, and a little milder Friday Uncategorized Forecasts
The Sun shining off the windows. (John Sonderman via Flickr)

High plastic template reached the mid – and upper 30s in most spots today, which is a good bit below normal at this point. We’ll start to warm up more noticeably Friday, but only to readings closer to typical for the time of year, and there is more rain on the way quickly thereafter.

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Through Tonight: Skies are mostly clear and winds drop off nicely near and after sunset. It’s a seasonably cold one, with lows spread across the 20s. Lows will range from near 20 in the cold spots to the upper 20s downtown.

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Tomorrow (Friday): We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds, perhaps trending cloudier by late in the day. It’s pretty calm otherwise. Highs mostly reach a range of about 42 to 48. Winds are out of the south around 10 mph.

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Snowy city: Looking for snow? Head to Chicago. A big storm is cranking up in that area. It will bring us more rain eventually, but the Windy City is expecting up to about a foot from this system. It’s been a not-so-snowy winter around there, so there are undoubtedly some happy snow lovers west of here!

Westlake Legal Group snow-forecast-eurofeb8 PM Update: Chilly with calming winds tonight, and a little milder Friday Uncategorized Forecasts

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D.C.-area forecast: Sunny but cold today, and the weekend is milder but quite wet

Westlake Legal Group CWG_01 D.C.-area forecast: Sunny but cold today, and the weekend is milder but quite wet Uncategorized Forecasts
A pedestrian crosses the road near Metro Station on a rainy day in Washington on Wednesday. (Salwan Georges/The Washington Post)

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

4/10: Gone is yesterday’s dreary. Plenty of sun is cheery, but more Arctic cold makes me weary.

EXPRESS FORECAST

Today: Mostly sunny, breezy. Highs: 35-39
Tonight: Clouds return late, calm winds. Lows: 20-26
Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy but dry. Highs: 44-48

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FORECAST IN DETAIL

Beware of icy patches this morning, especially north and west of the city. Sunshine is back but has little effect as temperatures remain stuck in the 30s. The weekend warms up nicely but at a price. Clouds are nonstop and rain is frequent both Saturday and Sunday, with much of the area in the running for an inch or better. If only it would come during the week and not the weekend!

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Today (Thursday): Freezing temperatures to start the day mean any wet spots from Wednesday will be icy, so be careful on that morning journey. Arctic air overwhelms the full day of sun, with highs only in the mid- to upper 30s. Breezes are out of the northwest with an occasional gust over 20 mph. Confidence: High

Tonight: Clear skies through the evening and calming winds allow temperatures to drop back below freezing quickly. Clouds come in late, helping to hold most lows in the low to mid-20s.  Confidence: High

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Tomorrow (Friday): Clouds are unlikely to offer many breaks but are even more unlikely to produce any showers. The gray day is at least warmer, with highs mainly in the low to mid-40s. Breezes are very light from the south. Confidence: Medium-High

Tomorrow night: The crescent moon will not be seen as the clouds blanket the area, but any showers should hold off until nearly day break. Lows ease back to the mid- to upper 30s. Confidence: Medium-High

A LOOK AHEAD

Showers may be few Saturday morning, perhaps offering a brief window to be outside. Showers should increase in frequency and intensity during the afternoon and remain quite active through the night. Highs still manage to climb to at least the low 50s, and lows overnight remain in the 40s. Confidence: Medium-High

Showers are still active much of Sunday but should finally taper off by late afternoon or evening. Weekend rain totals should be at least an inch. Highs reach the low to mid-50s despite the wet weather but fall to the mid- to upper 30s as colder air is likely to slide in overnight. Confidence: Medium

Partial clearing is favored for Monday, but we can’t rule out some lingering clouds and showers. Highs should step down into the 40s. Confidence: Low

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PM Update: Chilly and windy into Thursday, patchy refreeze issues possible through morning

Westlake Legal Group cwgice04 PM Update: Chilly and windy into Thursday, patchy refreeze issues possible through morning Uncategorized Forecasts
Light freezing rain coats a holly tree  Feb. 7 in Frederick, Md. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)

It was another messy day across the area. While it’s tempting to complain, since we’ve now had a few days like this over the past week, keep in mind that we need all the rain we can get. Although most spots rose above freezing this afternoon, it wasn’t far above, and temperatures are headed back down with the passage of a cold front.

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Through Tonight: The last of the rain ends this evening as a cold front finishes passing through. While winds pick up behind the front, that should help us dry out and hopefully minimize the refreeze threat as skies trend clearer. In our far north and northwest suburbs, where significant ice accumulation occurred, the winds this evening could cause some problems with tree and power lines. Some outages are possible up there, so keep the phones charged! Slick spots are also a risk up there, and even isolated slick stuff can’t be ruled out in the immediate area. Winds are around 20 mph, with higher gusts. Lows range from the mid-20s to near 30.

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Tomorrow (Thursday): It’s another post-cold front chilly and breezy day. We’ve had plenty this winter, so we are all rather used to them. Under partly to mostly sunny skies, high temperatures head for the mid and upper 30s or so. Winds are out of the northwest around 10 to 15 mph, with higher gusts.

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More precipitation! We’re still tallying totals from today’s storm, but at least 0.32 inches fell officially in D.C. (as measured at National Airport). Over at Dulles, 0.49 inches was recorded. Locally, ice totals were mainly in the trace to 0.15″ range, where ice accumulated. The big winner in the region seems to be in and around Thurmont, in northern Maryland. A spotter there recorded 0.5″ of ice, which is about where power outages start to become an issue.

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