PM Update: Marine Air Mass in Control
More clouds and a few showers on Tuesday
Mostly light showers that have skirted around us today could advance into parts of the area through the rest of the afternoon, mainly south and west of D.C. Some small areas of briefly moderate rain may mix in with any light showers. Clouds, combined with a flow off the ocean, have helped keep us "cool" today with highs ranging from near 80 into the low 80s. It does feel a bit humid though thanks to moderate dew points in the 60s.
Through Tonight: Mostly cloudy conditions continue through evening and overnight with a few scattered showers possible. Temperatures falling through the 70s this evening will settle into the mid-60s across the area for lows.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): More in the way of mostly cloudy skies and cooler-than-normal temperatures are scheduled for Tuesday. Some more showers are also possible, mainly in the afternoon and/or evening. Once again, rain should not be terribly widespread. Highs rise to the upper 70s or lower 80s.
TWC and NBC: MediaBistro.com reports that a discussion with Geoffrey Darby, executive vice president of programming for The Weather Channel (TWC), leaves open the possibility of the company replacing meteorologists at NBC-owned stations with those from TWC. NBC owns 10 local stations throughout the U.S., including Washington's WRC-TV (NBC4). While Darby said there is no plan currently in place for TWC to replace local forecasters, he also stated, "I can tell you we're looking at that opportunity."
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