• Potomac Falls Weather for the Week of April 23rd- 29th

        Potomac Falls Weather for the Week of April 23rd– 29th

        This week in Potomac Falls, we take a break from the warm weather and get another chance to wear our jackets and rain boots.

        Monday, April 23rd– Showers and wind will plague our Monday with a high of only 44 degrees and an overnight low of 40 degrees. Recessing back into winter weather is NOT how we want to start this week!

        Tuesday, April 24th– Coming back into spring, we will have partly cloudy skies, a high of 60 degrees, and a low of 40 degrees. It’s supposed to be windy so to be sure to break out that jacket!

        Wednesday, April 25th– The temperature continues to rise (hopefully not along with your stress level) under partly cloudy skies with a high of 64 degrees and a low of 50 degrees.

        Thursday, April 26th– A few showers will pass through the area with a high of 65 degrees and a low of 45 degrees. The weather won’t exactly offer you any positive motivation to get through the day, but tomorrow is Friday!

        Friday, April 27th– Mostly cloudy skies with a high of 63 degrees and a low of 47 degrees will end our work week. Make sure to make those dinner plans as tonight will mark the first prom in Loudoun County.

        Saturday, April 28th– The weekend will start out great with mostly sunny skies and a cool high of 64 degrees and a low of 46 degrees. It will be a great day to spend some time out in the sun!

        Sunday, April 29th– The heat will return with partly cloudy skies and a high of 71 degrees and a low of 47 degrees. This looks to be the start of another heat wave hitting Loudoun County.

        Check out weather.com (zip code 20165) for a more detailed description of this week’s weather.

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        Alexa Rogers, contributor, Dominion High School