7:00 AM | **A good colder air mass arrives on Thursday and temperatures keep far below-normal by way of Monday** — Arcfield Climate

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

Right this moment

Primarily cloudy early right now after which skies ought to clear for the afternoon, chilly, changing into breezy, highs close to 50 levels; W winds rising to 10-20 mph


Primarily clear, chilly, a little bit of a breeze, lows close to 30 levels


Primarily sunny, windy, chilly, low-to-mid 40’s for afternoon highs

Thursday Evening             

Primarily clear, chilly, breezy, higher 20’s for late evening lows  


Primarily sunny, brisk and fairly chilly, mid 40’s 


Partly sunny, fairly chilly, close to 40 levels  


Primarily sunny, fairly chilly, close to 40 levels


Primarily sunny, fairly chilly, close to 40 levels


Coastal low strain will depart from southern New England right now and chilly excessive strain will start to construct into the area from our west.  Temperatures will stay below-normal right here at mid-week as they’ll climb in direction of the 50 diploma mark for afternoon highs (regular excessive now at DCA is 58 levels). Winds decide up on Thursday and It turns even colder with the arrival of a reinforcing chilly air mass after a frontal passage. This subsequent chilly shot will preserve temperatures far below-normal from tomorrow all the way in which from tomorrow into the early a part of subsequent week and temperatures this weekend temperatures will battle to go the 40 diploma mark for afternoon highs.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Arcfield Climate


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