WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - The warm temperatures will stick around in the District on Friday but some rain showers and the possibility of thunder will roll through the region later in the afternoon.
You can expect temperatures in the mid-70s on Friday but a few rain showers are possible heading into the evening, possibly during the evening rush hour commute, which could make for a wet drive home. Some gusty winds and the chance of thunder could accompany the rain showers.
The weekend will be much cooler but will be dry and any outdoor plans you have will be filled with plenty of sunshine.
Saturday will be breezy as highs hit the mid-50s and low temperatures drop to the mid-40s.
St. Patrick's Day will be sunny and cool with temperatures in the low-50s and lows in the mid-30s.
Next week will see temperatures in the low 50s with plenty of sunshine before a warm-up arrives mid-week.
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