Cool Air With Warm Sunshine for DC This Weekend

By , Senior Meteorologist
October 26, 2013; 7:21 PM ET
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While chilly air and an occasional breeze linger in the East, some sunshine will nudge temperatures a little by day around Washington, D.C., this weekend.

Highs will be in the upper 50s both days this weekend.

Nighttime lows will be in the mid-30s over the suburbs to the lower 40s around the District.

For folks spending time outdoors, RealFeel® temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees lower than the actual temperature.

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On Sunday, for the Marine Corps Marathon, temperatures will begin the day near 40 degrees, but they will rise into the 50s by noon. Winds will be from the west and northwest increasing to 8 to 14 mph with plenty of sunshine.

No major storms will affect the region through early next week. However, depending on the track of one or more storms to affect the Rockies, the weather has the potential to get unsettled in the Appalachians and East Coast sometime late next week.


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