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D.C. area forecast: October splendor today, showers tonight. Warm Saturday and stormy Sunday!



TODAY'S DAILY DIGIT

9/10: Shake the early cold and the clouds from the late day … we have plenty of Friday splendor to enjoy in between. [Camden, CWG]

EXPRESS FORECASTING

Today: Mostly sunny. Light breeze. Highs: Low to Mid 60s.

Tonight: Clouds are rising. Showers later? Low: Near 50 to Mid 50.

Saturday: Mostly Cloudy. Shower? Altitudes: mid to upper 60.

Sunday: Partly sunny. Windy? Highlights: Upper 40 to below 50.

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FORECAST IN DETAIL

Get out! Today could be the best day of this prediction. Pleasant October conditions and lots of sun! It is still comfortable tomorrow, but also a bit cloudier, if the showers do not run out this evening as we would like. Sunday could feel like the beginning of December! Brrr.

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Today (Friday): This morning can be quite frosty in some places. At some point, temperatures rise around the mid-afternoon to mid-afternoon. If 10-15 miles per hour of southern breezes go earlier than predicted, we could actually see some upper 60s. Sunshine warms us effectively! Have lunch outside if you can. The clouds may increase later in the afternoon, but nothing bigger than it appears now. We will see. Confidence: Mid High

Tonight : The evening sky might overlap rather quickly, but try to break some Orionid meteors that will reach their climax overnight. Some showers can wait until mid-night until the early hours of the morning. They should stay light and scattered – meaning that no organized rain shield is more guaranteed to wet them all. Pretty steady southwestern breezes near 10 mph could help buoy downtown temperatures in the mid-50s. Upper 40s to near 50 degrees are more likely to be cooler from the Beltway. Trust: Mid High

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Morning (Saturday ) : Clouds may dominate the morning hours, but slowly more sun should come in the afternoon. Isolated showers can not be ruled out early, but nothing is expected to be too difficult or widespread. Noticeable western breezes can blow up to 15 miles per hour, making the low to mid-60s feel cooler by a few degrees. Confidence: Medium

Tomorrow Night: Clouds and a few showers may occur in the evenings, but chances are pretty low. Clouds should slowly drop overnight when the breeze rises slowly (over 15 miles per hour from northwest to dawn). Until shortly before sunrise, we should see downtown in the mid-1940s, with readings around 40 possible north and west of the city. Pull 5 degrees for wind showers near dawn! Confidence: Medium

PREVIEW

Sunday: It could be windy and very cool. Morning wind showers in the upper 30s can not be ruled out, with north-westerly winds around 20 mph. The upper 40 to 50 can be our high temperatures! We will keep an eye on this as we get closer. Aside from a "self-destructive" midday sunshine spraying warmer air from the floor into a cold air pocket over us – creating a cloud cover – we should really have a pretty bright day. Confidence: Medium

Sunday Night: We were able to see another cold freeze and freeze as the sky cleared and the northwest breeze slowly settled in the morning hours. Most sunrise spots should be in their 30s, while the top 30 are possible in the warmest places near the city center. Confidence: Medium

Solar and south winds may cause a slight warming trend Monday to Tuesday . Only periodic clouds on both days, as it now looks, with generally sunny skies and moderate west-southwest breezes near 10 miles per hour. Mid-50s to near 60 can be bearable for Monday, warmer middle to upper 60s are possible on Tuesday. Rain chances should stay low. If necessary, we will adjust details as we get closer! Confidence: Medium


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