Friday, 18 Jan 2019

PM Update: Clouds give way to a possible rainfall in the morning, but it usually rains until Friday.

A pedal cyclist along R Street NW. (Rex Block via Flickr) The day was rather pleasant, with temperatures generally high between about 50 and 50 years, which is not far from what we expected at that time of year. You have probably noticed the increase in cloudiness before sunset. We'll see stars tonight, but that's usually the story that goes on all night. There is more rain on the way Friday. Listen to our daily forecasts in D.C .: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Echo | More options until tonight: all in all, the clouds continue to increase, but we may also have clearer moments tonight. The basses are installed in a range of 30 to 40 years. Some showers may be wandering before sunrise. See the current weather at the Washington Post. Tomorrow (Friday): Another vigorous dive into the jet stream is expected to cross the region. This time, we are stuck in a cooler and more stable air than last week, when tornadoes occurred in the evening. We are locked in the fresh air during the day while the tops are 40 and 40 years old. A possibility of early showers causes a lot of rain until late in the day, it becomes widespread and heavier all evening. It is not entirely impossible for isolated strong gusts of wind to occur somewhere, but they should be closer to the coast, if necessary. See David Streit's predictions early next week. And if you have not already done so, join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. To learn more about traffic, check out Gridlock. Another thumb? This afternoon, the NAM model races suggest the potential of another inch of rain on Friday.
NAM precipitation forecast for Friday. (Capital Weather Band and Pivotal Weather) The GFS model was a little lower but in the same range. The same goes for the European model, which showed about three-quarters of an inch in Washington and heavier totals in northern Maryland. We are still looking for the 21st day of at least an inch in the District this year, which would be tied for the highest number of records ever recorded. And of course, any rain brings us closer to the wettest year ever recorded. Would you like to receive our 5 o'clock forecast on your inbox? Subscribe here.

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