After Tuesday's record warmth, Storm Team4 says to expect a drizzly, rainy Veterans Day.
Skies will become cloudy Tuesday night, with lows in the mid 50s and low 60s. Some patchy fog is possible late tonight into tomorrow morning. Highs warm to around 70 Wednesday.
Scattered showers are possible during the morning hours with rain at times for the midday, afternoon and evening. Pockets of heavy rain will move through parts of the area later Wednesday and rain will continue into Thursday morning.
Storm Team4 has declared Wednesday a Weather Alert Day for potential flooding as the area could pick up 1 to 3 inches of rain by Thursday morning.
Temperatures will start off Thursday in the 60s and fall into the mid to upper 50s by the midday hours.
There's a chance of a shower Friday and then we'll dry out Saturday. There's a chance of rain Sunday, but some forecast models are backing off on that. We'll keep an eye on the models and keep you posted.
Temps will be in the low to mid-70s Tuesday and Wednesday, drop into the mid-60s for Thursday and Friday, and then rise again by a few degrees for the weekend.
Stay with NBC Washington and Storm Team4 for updates on the forecast.