7:00 AM | *Coolest air mass to date this season for the late week* — Arcfield Climate

6-Day forecast for the Washington, D.C. metro area

In the present day

Primarily sunny, heat, highs within the center 80’s; W winds round 5 mph


Primarily cloudy, gentle, likelihood of showers and thunderstorms late at evening, lows within the higher 60’s


Partly sunny, breezy, likelihood of showers and thunderstorms, close to 80 levels for afternoon highs

Thursday Night time             

Partly cloudy, fairly chilly, close to 50 levels for late evening lows


Primarily sunny, breezy, fairly cool, mid-to-upper 60’s


Primarily sunny, nonetheless on the cool facet, decrease 70’s


Primarily sunny, hotter, close to 80 levels


Partly sunny, cool, likelihood of showers, mid 70’s


Excessive stress will stay answerable for the climate for at present, however a robust chilly entrance will strategy within the in a single day hours and work its manner by the area on Thursday.  There is usually a few showers and thunderstorms later tonight into Thursday after which the passage of this entrance will usher within the coolest air mass to date this season.  Temperatures late tomorrow evening may backside out close to 50 levels after which are more likely to maintain within the 60’s on Friday. It stays cool on Saturday and the weekend will finish fairly comfy on Sunday with a little bit of a heat up.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Arcfield Climate


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