Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 4:10 a.m., April 21, 2015
Severe weather late Monday has moved out of the region with a cold front. For the rest of the work week it will be relatively quiet and cool with breezy conditions, especially during the afternoons.
Tuesday will be a pleasant spring day with plenty of sun, highs near 70 and a bit of a breeze. Another cold front will likely set of a few showers later in the day Wednesday. However, this front won’t pack as big of a punch and there is only an isolated storm chance, mainly south of Washington. More importantly, this front will bring in even cooler air that will last on into the weekend. Highs Thursday through Saturday will only warm into the low 60s, with Sunday potentially struggling to get out of the 50s.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, cooler & a bit breezy
Highs: Near 70
Winds: W-SW 10-25
TUESDAY NIGHT: Starlit & cool
Winds: SW 5-10
WEDNESDAY: Morning sun, then mostly cloudy with a breezy afternoon. Scattered PM showers
Highs: Upper 60s
THURSDAY: Partly sunny & cool. Another breezy afternoon
Highs: Around 60
After last night's sudden storms, the skies will clear Tuesday morning. It'll be a nice spring day, with a bit of a breeze and highs near 70.
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