Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 7:30 a.m.  Nov. 29, 2015

It is going to be a wet Sunday morning across the region as temperatures only stick around that 50 degree mark. Rain associated with a front will move south across the region through the morning as high pressure builds into the north. That high should filter in enough dry air to dry us out (but keep us cloudy) for the afternoon and into the evening. There could be some light lingering showers south, through Central Virginia through the afternoon/evening so please use caution if you are headed that way. Otherwise, temperatures will fall into the 30s/40s Sunday night. As you wake up for your Monday morning, we are looking at dry conditions but that could change for the evening as more rain is headed this way, this time moving from the south to the north. Rain will stick around for Tuesday and Wednesday as well, first with a warm front lifting north then another cold front sweeping through! By Thursday, high pressure builds in bringing an end to the rain for our area.



AM: Rain showers PM: Cloudy and drying

Highs: Around 50

Winds: NE 5-10 mph



Overcast and cool

Lows: 30s/40s

Winds: light



AM: dry and cloudy, cool – PM: Rain showers through the evening

Highs: 40s

Winds: NE 5-10 mph



Chance of rain showers through the day – cloudy

Highs: Upper 40s/Lower 50s



Rain through the day – more mild

Highs: 50s



Highs/Lows yesterday: 64/49

Normal Highs/Lows: 53/37

Record Highs and Lows DCA Saturday: 74 (1973) | 15 (1936)


Sunrise/Sunset: 7:05am|4:47PM