Potomac sunset by Der Berzerker via Flickr (Der Berzerker) Is it really Jan. 6? I noticed that I opened my car window this afternoon because the temperatures were too high and I jumped in the mid-fifties. The wind from the northwest has somewhat removed the shine, but it is difficult to complain about the sunny sky and the warm temperatures at the beginning of January. Listen to our daily D.C. predictions: Apple Podcasts Amazon Echo | More options Until tonight: mostly sunny and airy for the remaining hours with daylight. The temperatures will drop slowly after and in the 40s, and the wind will decrease. Partly cloudy & # 39; night with lower temperatures. Lows range from the upper 20s in the suburbs to the low 30s in urban areas with lighter winds from the north at about 10 mph. View the current weather at The Washington Post. Tomorrow (Monday): Monday feels much more like a typical day in January. Partly to mostly cloudy and a slight north wind the temperatures keep 15 degrees lower than on Sunday. Heights must reach the top 30s to about 40. Clouds build tomorrow night, and chances are that the showers will develop overnight. Lows in the middle to the higher 30s. See Brian Jackson's prediction until next week. If you have not already done so, follow us on Facebook and follow us twitter and Instagram. For related traffic news, view Gridlock. Harmful winds in Seattle: Sleepless in Seattle got a whole new meaning last night. A strong low pressure system passed Sunday morning early to the west of the city and caused strong winds in the northwest. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport registered a 60 mph gust of wind just for 2 hours, the strongest in Seattle in the past 12 years. It is not surprising that the wind overturned many trees and high-voltage lines. From this morning on, 218,000 people still had no power in the Seattle area. Do you want our 5 a.m. prediction in your e-mail inbox? Sign up here.