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Dense Fog Advisory issued in the DMV

Warm weather through the start of the weekend, followed by a cold front

WASHINGTON — A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for metro D.C. as well as much of Maryland and Northern/Central Virginia until 10 a.m. Wednesday.

Wednesday looks beautiful after morning fog and clouds with highs in the 70s to near 80 degrees.

Cooler temperatures arrive Sunday.

Quick Forecast:
Wednesday: Fog early. Partly cloudy and warm. High: 79.
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy, some fog/drizzle late. Low: 63.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and still warm. High: 78.

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FORECAST DISCUSSION:

It feels more like September this week with highs in the 70s to near 80 degrees. High temperatures this week will be running more than 10 degrees above average. Expect morning clouds and fog for both Wednesday and Thursday mornings.

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Detailed Forecast:
Wednesday: Morning fog and clouds, then partly cloudy and warm. Highs: 75-80. Winds: SW 10-15.
Thursday: Morning clouds, patchy fog. Partly cloudy and warm. Highs: 75-80. Winds SE 5-10.



Extended Forecast: 

We'll see the 70s through Saturday. It's also dry for most of the week, with no major storms coming our way. A cold front approaches the region on Saturday, which will bring a chance of showers late Saturday into Sunday morning. Temperatures will be slightly cooler for Sunday.

Friday: Mostly cloudy and warm. Highs: 71-76.
Saturday: Partly cloudy and warm with late showers possible. Highs: 75-80.
Sunday: An early sprinkle or shower possible, cooler. Highs: 61-64.
Monday: Partly sunny, warmer. Highs: 70s.

Credit: tshutt

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