WASHINGTON - The Washington, D.C. area can expect to see showers on Saturday but the rain won't be completely related to Hurricane Matthew.
A frontal system that is moving across our region from the west on Saturday will bring showers starting in the morning and continuing into the afternoon. The hurricane will be off of the coast of South Carolina at that time. The heaviest rains related to the hurricane will stay far south of D.C. but the precipitation in our region may be slightly enhanced by its presence.
The DMV will probably see showers into the evening Saturday - which is bad news for baseball fans. The Washington Nationals host the Los Angeles Dodgers for game two of the NLDS on Saturday with a first pitch scheduled for 4:08 p.m. We could see some delays as far as the game is concerned.
By Sunday, the skies should clear and we should see a cool, sunny day with highs in the upper 60s.
A beautiful fall week is in store starting on Monday with sunny days and temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s expected.
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