|Moon Phase||Waxing Gibbous Moon|
Clouds just east of the mountains have been very stubborn and will linger through mid-afternoon. More sunshine is expected later on, with temperatures rising into the mid and upper 60s. A southwest breeze will keep us milder overnight as well, with lows in the low and mid 40s.
Our spring preview will continue tomorrow, with more sunshine and afternoon highs in the mid 70s. Then, the next storm system will move into the Mid-Atlantic Wednesday, bringing some showers and a few thunderstorms during the afternoon. High temperatures will depend on when the rain arrives, but will generally range from around 60° northwest to around 70° southeast.
A brief blast of colder air will move in as the storm exits Wednesday night, and Thursday will be a much cooler day with gusty winds. Highs are likely to be in the low 40s, well below "normal" for this time of year.
Friday morning will be the coldest, with temperatures starting out in the 20s, but rebounding into the 50s during the afternoon. Temperatures will be back into the low and mid 60s over the upcoming weekend.
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