By Emily Ekins Washington Post Staff writerWashington D.
Cs. is still warm and dry but the summer heat and humidity is coming back.
But the weather is also coming back to the Capital Region.
The forecast calls for a moderate to warm temperature, mostly sunny skies and a light wind.
For many, it means a chance to go back to basics, especially if they live in the Northeast.
It means going outside and enjoying the warmth and sunshine.
For others, it will mean going outside again, but with the knowledge that the heat and dust of the Capital can be oppressive.
To prepare, there are things you need to know about the weather in the Capital: The weather will change.
There will be some humidity, but the humidity will be mild, and not oppressive.
The weather will be sunny but not hot.
The air will cool slightly and then it will get hot.
And then it might get cool again.
For the majority of residents, this will mean that the humidity is a moderate or even moderate to hot.
D.C.’s heat will be a little bit warmer.
D.c. will get a bit of rain, but mostly rain will fall.
D-Wet weather will continue to be common.
The D. C. metro area will get mostly sunny days, but there will be snow showers and some drizzle.
Washingtonians will get some snow.
Drought will be common and D. c. will have dry weather.
The city will have temperatures in the mid-80s, and then a little rain.
There will be showers in the afternoon and late evening.
In the morning, the city will get very little rain, and the night will be mostly cloudy.
In the morning hours, it is not uncommon to have a few showers and then, by mid-afternoon, a few drizzle and a few clouds.
But at night, the rain will not last.
It is likely that the sun will be shining in the upper parts of the metro area.
There is a slight chance that there will still be a slight amount of snow on the ground in the mountains, and it will be in the low-to-mid 80s.
In general, the weather will remain mostly sunny, but you may see some showers in certain areas.
But that will be about it.
Some people will not be able to drive to the city.
That is OK.
D, c. residents will have a bit more freedom to go outside, and there is a good chance that they will not have to drive long distances to do so.
The only thing that they need to remember is that the weather can change very quickly, and a little practice can go a long way.