Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 7:07 p.m. Oct. 6, 2015
Dry weather will continue the rest of the workweek with cool nights and warm afternoons. The high level clouds of Tuesday afternoon will still be with us for most of the night. The clouds will just be enough to keep more of us from getting as chilly as last night and therefore will prevent as much valley fog as last night. But it will still feel quite cool and comfortable.
Wednesday will have periods of clouds and sunshine with a weak disturbance moving through in the flow aloft. Thursday will be similar to Tuesday. On Friday, a cold front will approach from the northwest, increasing the clouds during the day and bringing a chance for showers and even a possible rumble of thunder late in the day through the evening. The front may slow down just a bit and allow the showers to linger into early Saturday morning. But then a new area of high pressure will clear us out and keep us dry and mostly sunny for the rest of the weekend along with cooler, more seasonable temperatures.
REST OF TUESDAY EVENING: A few high level clouds. Cool and pleasant.
Temperatures falling into the 50s.
TUESDAY NIGHT: A few clouds early then becoming mostly clear. Chilly.
Lows: upper 40s to low 50s.
WEDNESDAY: Variable clouds and sun. Warm and pleasant.
Highs: mid to upper 70s.
THURSDAY: Partly sunny.
Highs: low to mid 70s.
FRIDAY: Increasing clouds with late-day showers lasting through the night. Some thunder possible.
Highs: low to mid 70s.
TUESDAY’s observed high at Washington-Reagan National: 77
THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL DC CLIMATE NORMALS FOR TOMORROW
NORMAL RECORD YEAR
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE (F) 71 95 1941
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE (F) 54 34 1917
SUNRISE AND SUNSET
OCTOBER 6 2015…….SUNRISE 708 AM EDT SUNSET 643 PM EDT
OCTOBER 7 2015…….SUNRISE 709 AM EDT SUNSET 642 PM EDT
The first day of McDonald’s national roll-out of its all-day breakfast is here, but before you get your hopes up, here’s what you can and can’t order.
Hidden beneath the waters of the Potomac River are dozens of historic sunken ships. Soon the public will be able to explore these shipwrecks and the unique ecosystem that has grown around them from their desktops. See photos.
Some say parents are to blame.
You’d think that's a lot of money, but for the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority, it just scratches the surface.
“The military does a great job in preparing us to go into the military. It’s that the military does not prepare you to reintegrate into civlian life.”