WASHINGTON - Abundant sunshine is back and much appreciated after our dreary Wednesday.
FOX 5's Sue Palka says it will be a chilly start early Thursday morning as temperatures range from the 30s to low-40s. We expect afternoon high temperatures in the mid to upper-60s which is still cool for May but will feel much warmer than Wednesday! There will be a noticeable breeze from the northwest at 10-15 mph in the afternoon.
Clear skies continue into the overnight hours with temperatures in the 40s.
FOX 5's Mike Thomas is tracking a potential nor'easter that could bring some rare May snow to parts of the northeast United State this weekend. In our area – it's not completely out of the questions that the D.C. region could see an isolated snow flurry very early Saturday morning. Don't break out the snow shovel – no accumulation is expected!
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