Our warming trend is underway, and we will continue to experience unseasonable warmth into the weekend! High pressure anchored off the southeast coast, along with the jet stream to our north, will allow a broad south to southwest wind flow to remain in place, all of this will promote our warm temperatures. Sun and clouds today, with breezy conditions and highs in the low to mid 60s. More clouds expected through the weekend, as a slow moving cold front approaches the Mid-Atlantic. It appears our best shot of rain and possibly a few storms will arrive Sunday afternoon and evening into early Monday morning. This is when the front is expected to push across the region. Some clearing later Monday, with temperatures falling back into the 50s. Right now, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day look dry and seasonably chilly, with highs ranging from the upper 30s to lower 40s, morning lows back in the 20s.
Today: Sun and clouds, warm, breezy, highs 60-65. Saturday: Mostly cloudy, warm, highs 64-69. Sunday: Cloudy, warm, showers, possible storm, breezy, highs 68-74. Monday: Morning rain, some clearing, cooler, breezy, highs 50-56. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, colder, highs 37-43. Christmas Day: Mostly sunny, seasonably chilly, highs 40-46.