Washington, D.C. – A flood watch is in effect for Sunday morning in the nation’s capital, following heavy rain overnight. With the steady rain tapering off early, the city can expect scattered lighter showers throughout the day, with temperatures hovering in the mid-40s.
As the day progresses, the possibility of occasional light showers continues, with the next round of precipitation possibly bringing a mix of rain and snow showers late Tuesday into Wednesday. Despite the cooler temperatures, daytime highs are expected to remain near or slightly above average, in the 40s, while nighttime lows will be in the upper 20s to mid-30s.
Today’s forecast for Baltimore mirrors that of D.C., with cloudy skies, the chance of occasional light showers, and temperatures in the mid-40s. Tonight, mostly cloudy skies will stick around, with temperatures staying above the freezing mark but with the potential for some conversational snowflakes.
Looking ahead to Monday, expect partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies with gusty winds from the northwest. Daytime highs will be near or just above average, with lows in the upper 20s to low 30s. Tuesday will be partly sunny with highs in the mid-40s, and the possibility of occasional rain and snow showers into Wednesday.
Overall, the weekend and the start of the week promise a mix of precipitation, cooler temperatures, and breezy conditions, with the potential for some light snow accumulation in certain areas. It’s important to stay updated on the latest weather updates and forecasts, given some uncertainty with the models in the coming days.