DC Forecast for Mon, May 20, 2013


Published on by Jason Fouchard

5day Forecast 5/20/13


Although skies remained mostly cloudy, we did still see quite a bit of the sun over the area today as clouds broke this afternoon, helping temperatures reach 80° at National.  There’s a line of rain and storms to our West in Western Virginia, as well as some isolated storms in Southern Maryland.  We shouldn’t see much more development this evening, although more isolated showers could pop up South and West of DC.  Read on past the break for your full forecast for this week!

Fog is possible overnight into the early morning hours tomorrow, but should dissipate quickly.

There will be clouds tomorrow, but expect to see the sun in the afternoon, much like today.  Temperatures will rise even higher into the upper-80s thanks to a southerly wind.  The chance of any precipitation tomorrow is small, and if any develops in the afternoon it should remain South and West of DC.

Temperatures will continue to rise higher on Wednesday, with a few locations potentially hitting 90°!  There is a higher chance of some pop up showers and storms Wednesday afternoon.

Expect cooler weather on Thursday as a cold front approaches from the west.  Temperatures will hover around 85°.

The cold front is expected to reach the DC Metro by later Thursday evening, bringing showers and thunderstorms overnight into Friday morning.

Highs will be around 10° cooler on Friday behind the front, and will dip into the lower 70s for the weekend under sunny skies.

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