Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 7:15 p.m. Nov. 25, 2015
We enjoyed a sun splashed and fairly mild day on Wednesday, and this nice weather pattern will continue for much of the long Thanksgiving weekend with dry weather and highs in the 60s Thanksgiving Day through Saturday. A slow moving cold front will push into the region on Sunday, bringing some rain (mostly light) and cooler temperatures. Some of our longer range models are showing this front stalling to our south and keeping the weather pattern unsettled into early next week.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Clear and chilly.
Lows 30s suburbs to lower 40s near the District
THANKSGIVING DAY: Partly to mostly sunny and pleasant.
Highs upper 50s to lower 60s
FRIDAY: Partly sunny and continued mild.
Highs in the low to mid 60s
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy and continued mild.
Highs in the lower 60s
SUNDAY: Showers…mostly light. Cooler.
Highs in the lower 50s
MONDAY: A chance of showers and continued cool.
Highs around 50
High this afternoon was 58. Low this morning 37. Normal High/Low: 54/38 Records today 79/18
SUNSET WAS AT 4:49 PM SUNRISE THURSDAY AT 7:02 AM SUNSET THURSDAY AT 4:48 PM
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