Forecast: Sun and 60+ sticks around
FORECAST IN DETAIL
As we get toward mid-November -- and as the average high begins its decline through the 50s -- we've gotta savor every chance at 60 degrees we can get. Luckily, we'll have a shot at 60 or a little higher today and through the weekend. Plenty of sun, too. And no rain chances to speak of until late Sunday or later.
Today (Wednesday): Another fine fall day is in store with partly to mostly sunny skies and breezes from the north around 10 mph. Morning temperatures rise through the 40s and hit afternoon highs near 60 or into the low 60s. That's right at, or a little above, our average high for the day (Nov. 10), which is 59 at both National and Dulles airports. Confidence: Medium-High
Tonight: Under mostly clear skies, temperatures continue right in line with the season. Evening readings drop through the 50s into the 40s, and overnight lows end up in the upper 30s (suburbs) to low 40s (downtown). Confidence: High
Keep reading for the forecast through the weekend...
Tomorrow (Thursday): Sunny skies stick around straight through Thursday and highs climb to right around 60. Breezes remain in the 10 mph range from the north/northeast. Confidence: High
Tomorrow Night: The beat goes on in terms of mostly clear skies. Winds go calm or nearly calm, potentially allowing temperatures to fall farther than the previous couple of nights. Lows should get down to near 40 downtown and into the mid-or-low 30s for many suburban locations. Confidence: Medium-High
More of the same Friday and Saturday with a ton of sun and highs from near 60 to the mid-60s. Friday night and Saturday night lows are cool but not terribly chilly -- mainly in the upper 30s to low 40s. Confidence: Medium-High
Sunday, a weak cold front approaching or moving through the area may carry enough moisture to turn skies partly cloudy. At this point, I wouldn't rule out a stray shower as well, though overall rain chances look to be on the low side. The front and any clouds should have little to no impact on temperatures with highs probably remaining in the near 60 to mid-60s range. Confidence: Medium
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