Stubborn Clouds, Chilly Night Saturday - NBC4 Washington

Stubborn Clouds, Chilly Night Saturday

The Marine Corps Marathon is forecast to be cloudy, mostly dry and cool



    Marine Corps Marathon Weather: Light Winds, Dry

    Are you running the Marine Corps Marathon? Expect temperatures in the mid to upper 40s with low 50s by the end of the race. Light winds with mostly to partly cloudy skies. We will be dry through your Sunday. (Published Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018)

    The rain has finally left the D.C. area, but the clouds and low temperatures are expected to stay for the remainder of the evening.

    Tomorrow the weather will improve as temperatures rise into the 60s. It will remain mostly cloudy, however there will be a few chances for the sun to peek through. 

    Today's winds will die down, just in time for Sunday's Marine Corps Marathon.

    Runners and spectators can plan on temperatures in the mid- to upper-40s when the race begins. You may see a shower, but it's expected to stay mostly dry and cloudy.

    Sunday evening, after the race, a new set of storms is expected to move through into Monday morning, according Storm Team4 meteorologist Somara Theodore. 

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