Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 9:30 p.m. April 25, 2015

Chance of showers tomorrow morning, mainly south of Washington, otherwise clouds decrease & warmer

Heading into the overnight hours, rain will begin to taper off across the region. Rain is likely in the DC Metro until midnight/1AM. From 1AM until 8/9AM there is only a chance of showers, mainly well south and west of Washington. If you have an early tee time or plans outside have the rain gear ready but know you might not need to use it. More importantly, dress for a chill!

Everyone is dry by the late morning hours with clouds clearing heading into the afternoon. The nicest party of the weekend will be tomorrow afternoon and evening. It will be cool, with temps in the 60s, but not a bad night to fire up the grill, get some outdoor exercise in, or walk the dog.

Some scattered afternoon showers or sprinkles are possible Monday otherwise it will still be on the cool side with a breeze. More typical weather for late April (weather you don’t need the air conditioner or heat on!) arrives Tuesday into Wednesday with more sun than clouds and highs in the upper 60s both days. If all else remains equal, next Saturday is look fabulous with highs in the upper 70s, plenty of sun, and low humidity.


Saturday night: Rain likely for most until midnight, then a chance of Showers & Chilly

Lows: Upper 30s to mid 40s (44 in Washington)

Wind: Becoming N 5-10


Sunday: Chance of morning Showers, mainly south of Washington. Clouds give way to Sunshine & Warmer

Highs: Low to mid 60s (64 in Washington)

Wind: N-NW 5-10


Monday: Partly Sunny & Breezy. Still on the Cool side with a light afternoon shower or sprinkles possible

Highs: Upper 50s to low 60s (62 Washington)

Winds: NW 5-10…10-20


Tuesday: Mostly Sunny, a slight Breeze at times & Warmer. Pleasant

Highs: Mid to upper 60s (67 Washington)
Wednesday: Partly Sunny & Seasonable.

Highs: Near 70