Sunday’s DC Weather: A brief period of warmth before the arrival of a cold front

Sunday’s weather in DC is expected to be warm but cloudy, with a cold front approaching.

The First Alert Weather Team brings you the latest updates on weather conditions.

On March 17, 2024, a significant event took place at the Tidal Basin, as reported by WJLA.

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Today, on St. Patrick’s Day, we can expect it to be the warmest day compared to the next few days. However, we should be prepared for a shift in weather as a cold front is expected to move through the area in the afternoon.

Clouds will start to increase as the front approaches, following a morning filled with sunshine. With the southwesterly wind flow and the warmth from the morning sun, temperatures will rise significantly, reaching a peak that is ten degrees higher than the usual average.

The 7-Day Forecast from WJLA shows the weather outlook for the next week.

There is a chance of a stray leftover shower or a few sprinkles today, but for the most part, it will be a dry day.

Temperatures will steadily drop this evening after sunset as northwest winds pick up and the air becomes drier.

Tonight, the winds will maintain temperatures above freezing, even though the wind chills may not make it feel that way. Tomorrow, expect a sunny start to the morning. However, as a result of the cold air at higher altitudes, there may be intermittent breaks in the cloud cover throughout the day.

The temperatures are expected to reach a few degrees below the average.

Monday night will see a decrease in wind activity, accompanied by clear skies and extremely dry air. As a result, temperatures are expected to drop close to freezing.

The suburbs are expected to experience temperatures below freezing, but fortunately, it does not appear to be a severe freeze.

The temperatures for Monday, March 18, were quite high, as shown in the image.

The upcoming week is expected to remain dry, with temperatures gradually becoming milder again starting from Wednesday.

We won’t see any measurable rain until the upcoming weekend.

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