Friday will consist of mostly cloudy conditions and winds out of the southeast which will allow temperatures to make it into the 60s and 70s across the region. A few showers are possible as a weak cold front moves through the region during the day.
Three Day Outlook:
Friday is the beginning of a long and wet pattern that will invade the Southeast US one the next two weeks. The first system moves into the region late Saturday and through the day Saturday. Rain for the Carolinas on south, but snow is likely for Northern VA, which includes Washington D.C. A general 1″-4″ are expected, but a few areas could see 5.”