Sunday will be wet, with periods of rain throughout the day. Then we’ll have sunshine and dry conditions for most of the workweek.
The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory Sunday until 4 a.m. Monday for parts of southern Maryland and northern and central Virginia. Visibility could be one quarter mile or less in dense fog, which could create hazardous driving conditions.
Rain could be intense at times on Sunday and lighter at others, but the chance of rain will last through the day, Storm Team4’s Lauryn Ricketts said. Temperatures will hold in the 40s through much of the day.
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Showers are set to extend into Sunday night and early Monday.
The Monday morning commute is likely to be wet. By midday, we’ll dry out. Monday evening is set to be dry but windy. We’re likely to see wind gusts Monday and Tuesday.
Then, the workweek is set to be sunny and dry.
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Meteorological spring starts Monday, and sunset times are getting later. The sun will set at 6 p.m. Sunday; the last time we saw a sunset that late was Halloween, Ricketts said.
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