Frost Advisory: Cold start to Wednesday

Chief Meteorologist Topper Shutt has your full weather forecast.

WASHINGTON (WUSA) - It will be cold again overnight with frost possible in many suburbs. A Frost Advisory has been issued for the most of the Metro Area, with freeze warnings well southwest. Sensitive plants could sustain damage with widespread frost expected. If you want to save your plants bring them inside or cover them or water them. Make sure you uncover them before you leave for work. We are not talking mums here.Make sure the kids have warm winter coats on for the bus stop in the morning. Yes, they will end up carrying them home as highs climb to around 70 Wednesday. 










The rest of the week looks fantastic with milder days and just chilly to cool nights.  
Temps warm into to the mid to upper 70s for the weekend. Our next big fall "cold front" arrives with the chance of showers and thunderstorms next Monday night and Tuesday. 



Radar 120 Loop

 


 

 

 

OVERNIGHT:
Clear & Cold with
Scattered Frost

LOWS:   32 - 46
WINDS:  Light


WEDNESDAY:
Mostly Sunny 
& Beautiful 

HIGHS:   Around 70 
WINDS:  Light

THURSDAY:
Mostly Sunny
& Warmer

HIGHS:   Near 75 
WINDS:  Light




 

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