Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 6:30 p.m., April 26, 2015
Typically, our high is around 70 degrees this time of year; today, we warmed to about 65. Monday will be on the cool side — even cooler than today — with a breeze. Some scattered afternoon light showers or sprinkles are possible, especially north of Washington. However, any rain would have very little impact on outdoor plans.
Seasonable temperatures for late April arrive Tuesday into Wednesday, with more sun than clouds on Tuesday. On Wednesday, there will be more clouds than sun. Shower chances return to the forecast late Thursday into Friday. The weekend is looking nice.
Sunday: Mostly clear and cool
Lows: 40s (47 in Washington)
Wind: NW 5-10
Monday: Sunshine gives way to clouds and breeze
Still on the cool side with a light afternoon/evening shower or sprinkles possible
Highs: Upper 50s to low 60s (62 Washington)
Wind: N-NW 5-10
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, a slight breeze at times & warmer
Highs: Mid- to upper-60s (69 Washington)
Winds: NNW 5-15
Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy
Highs: Upper 60s to around 70 (70 Washington)
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, chance of evening showers
Highs: Mid to upper 60s (68 Washington)
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