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Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 12 a.m. April 25, 2015


Saturday may begin with a bit of sunshine but the clouds will increase and thicken as high pressure departs and a storm marches eastward. While much of the day looks rain-free, we will see the rain arrive toward evening from southwest to northeast across the listening area. Rain will continue Saturday night through the first half of Sunday. it will not be raining non-stop the whole time, just periods of light rainfall. Although the storm will exit Sunday, clouds will be stubborn, keeping temperatures in the upper 50s.

The new work week will start cooler-than-average with a breezy Monday. Despite sunshine, temperatures will only reach near 60 degrees. Tuesday looks a bit milder with highs in the lower-to-middle 60s. The average high should be near 70 degrees for late April.

Saturday: Increasing and thickening clouds with rain developing from southwest to northeast in the late-afternoon and evening, likely getting into the metro area after 6p.

Highs: Mid to upper 50s to near 60

Winds: Northwest to South 5-10 mph

Sunday: Periods of rain for the first part of the day, then mostly cloudy and cool; a bit of late-day sun is possible.

Highs: Mid to upper 50s

Monday: Partly cloudy, breezy

Highs: Around 60

Tuesday: Sunshine and a touch warmer

Highs: Lower to mid-60s

Climate Information from Reagan National Airport:

High/Low today: 62º/39º

Precipitation: 0.00″

Normal High/Low: 69º/49º

Record High/Low: 94º(1960, 1925) / 34°(1930, 1882)

Sunset tonight: 7:54 p.m.

Sunrise/Sunset Saturday: 6:18 a.m./7:55 p.m.