Skies start clear but clouds roll in late tonight and that will mean temperatures will be a few degrees warmer tonight than last night. As warmer air tries to move in Monday, it will trigger a few showers mainly in the morning through mid-day. They'll be light in nature and will be more of a nuisance than a huge plan-changer, but just keep the umbrella handy. We'll be monitoring Monday for a possible Yellow Weather Alert. Once again highs will be over 50°.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be unseasonably warm -- with highs very close to or breaking records. Both afternoons temps will climb into the low and mid 70s.

Records To Beat Tuesday:

Washington - 76° (1930)

Dulles Int'l Airport - 70° (1971)

Balt-Wash Int'l Airport - 70° (1971)

Records To Beat Wednesday:

Washington - 75° (1953)

Dulles Int'l Airport - 70° (1997)

Balt-Wash Int'l Airport - 74° (1930)


Feels Like Temps


Clear to Start

Becoming Partly To Mostly Cloudy

Stray Shower Late

LOWS: 32 - 38

WINDS: SSE 5 - 10


Mostly Cloudy

With The Chance of Showers/Light Rain, Mostly in the AM

HIGHS: 50 - 55

WINDS: S 5 - 10


Partly Sunny & Unseasonably Warm

HIGHS: 70 - 75

WINDS: SSW 10 - 15

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