PM Update: Spring Making an Attempt to Return
Temperatures rise to near normal levels Thursday
Temperatures that ranged from near freezing into the mid-30s this morning have warmed fairly nicely into the mid-50s today, though a gusty wind from the west is keeping things somewhat chilly for April. After lots of sunshine earlier in the day we are now seeing a fair amount of cloudiness that should last through the night.
Tonight: Skies stay mostly cloudy through most of the night while temperatures drop to near 40 in D.C. The suburbs should see lows range from the mid-to-upper 30s. A passing sprinkle or flurry is possible in the southernmost parts of the area as a small storm passes by through the Carolinas. Winds will be light.
Tomorrow (Thursday): We warm up a little more tomorrow as temperatures rise toward the low 60s most places under partly sunny skies. Even a few mid-60s are possible if we get enough sun. Winds should remain fairly light.
See Dan Stillman's full forecast through the weekend.
More Plains Flooding: After recent record flooding, the Red River is scheduled to crest near 40 feet in Fargo by mid-month, bringing renewed concerns to the area. This forecast has actually come down a few feet, and if it holds, this round of flooding likely will not be as bad as what they just saw.
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