Warmest Presidents Day in nearly a decade as above normal temperatures continue
WASHINGTON - Above normal temperatures in store again this week as an unusually warm February continues.
A mild and dry Presidents Day looks likely as a system passes by to the north.
Temps around 63 are expected Monday - and a return of the 70s this Thursday and Friday with temps around 73 and 74 degrees.
DC WARM WEATHER FEBRUARY BY THE NUMBERS:
- 3 days of warm temps at or above 70 degrees (Most since 2011 when there were 4.)
- Tied for 3rd most ever days with temps at or above 70 degrees in February (Most was in 1976 when we had 7 which was also the warmest February on record.)
- Average temperatures in D.C. is tied for the 4th warmest so far.
- Warmest Presidents Day in 9 years!
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