Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 6:16 p.m., April 27, 2015
We did not see much if any rain this Monday. Chances fade fast after sunset. Expect decreasing clouds and wind. Temperatures will drop to the low and mid 40s by Tuesday morning. Sunshine will return and temperatures will hit the upper 60s around lunchtime tomorrow. Both Tuesday and Wednesday will be the nicest feeling days of the week. Clouds will return on Wednesday as a storm system attempts to get organized out of the deep south.
Rain will start early Thursday morning and continue through the day. There could be some moderate to heavy rain moving just south of the District Thursday late afternoon and evening. At this time, it looks like the coastal storm will move off the coast and rain will end Friday morning. High pressure builds back in for what now looks like a wonderful and seasonable weekend.
OVERNIGHT: Decreasing Clouds, Still Breezy
Lows: Mid 40s
Winds: NW at 10 mph
TOMORROW: All sunshine with a breeze through around lunchtime, warmer
Highs: Mid to Upper 60s
Winds: NW 10-15 mph
WEDNESDAY: AM Sunshine, Increasing Clouds, Rain Late Possible Late
Highs: Around 70
THURSDAY: Chance of Rain Showers through the day
Highs: Low 60s
FRIDAY: Chance of AM Showers, Gradual Clearing
Highs: Low to mid 60s
Highs: Low to mid 60s
High/Low Yesterday: 67º/45º
Normal High/Low: 70º/50º
Record High/Low: 94º(1915) / 34°(1883)
Sunrise: 6:16AM | Sunset: 7:56PM
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