Most of the rain remained to the southern counties in Maryland and Virginia today, leaving DC and areas north virtually dry. But we’re not out of the woods yet in terms of rain. Read on for more…
The area should remain dry under mostly cloudy skies for the rest of the night and tomorrow morning. Another cold front is expected to move slowly south and eastward into our area later Saturday afternoon and evening, leading to another chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms for most of the area. Temperatures will remain in the lower 90s tomorrow.
The cold front will bring slightly cooler temperatures to begin next week, hanging around 90° Sunday, and dipping into the upper 80s into the start of the week. A mixture of warm, moist air from the south and cooler air from the north Monday & Tuesday will allow for possible scattered PM showers both days.
Another front will pass through the DC area Wednesday leading to another chance of precipitation throughout the day.