Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 12:00 p.m.  Nov. 29, 2015

The measureable rainfall is over for now. The bands of light rain and drizzle from Saturday night and Sunday morning have pushed to our south along with the cold front which also helped make it much cooler than last week. Some patchy drizzle and mist or some sprinkles will be left Saturday afternoon. Drier air is trying to work its way down from Pennsylvania and some folks in northern Maryland will see some breaks in the clouds through the evening, but the majority of us in the listening area will stay cloudy and damp. Late tonight some patchy fog will start to form as the moist ground adds some moisture to the cool air. Don’t anticipate seeing much sunshine in the coming days. The previously mentioned cold front will be heading back our way as a warm front slowly and moisture from several storm systems in the southern U.S. will ride that front sending several rainy periods our way. Eventually the front will head into Pennsylvania, so we will get some milder temperatures with the rain. Another cold front will sweep through our area likely on Thursday, sending all this wet weather away. But in the meantime, the umbrellas will be coming in handy.



Cloudy, damp, and cool. Patchy drizzle or some sprinkles. Some clearing possible north of I-70 in the evening.

Steady temperatures in the upper 40s to near 50.



Cloudy, damp, and cool with patchy fog.

Lows: upper 30s in northern Maryland to low 40s near DC and points south.



Cloudy and continued cool. Rain arriving by afternoon in central Virginia and southern Maryland. Rain arriving during the afternoon in DC and northern Maryland.

Highs: low to mid 40s



Steady rain tapering to showers. Still cool and damp.

Highs: upper 40s to low 50s.


WEDNESDAY: Cloudy with more rain. A bit milder and more seasonable.

Highs: 50s.