On some days it's winter coats, other days shorts and t-shirts.
Temperatures reached into the high 60s and low 70s (F) in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia for a couple of days this week. On Monday, the 71 degrees broke a previous record of 70 set in 1950, reports the Washington Post
While people are in the midst of getting ready for the holidays, they have also been out enjoying the unseasonable warm weather. Days typically start off with a chill, but by mid-morning and early afternoon the days are beautiful.
Out on the western side of Fairfax County, Ticonderoga Farms is currently having its Winter Christmas Festival. Over the weekend there were numerous families buying Christmas trees
, however many also visited the farm to enjoy the fun.
Although the days are warm, on many days we're greeted in the morning by a thin layer of frost. Here are a few morning shots taken in Northern Virginia:
While a dip in temperature is to be expected today and tomorrow, according to local weather reports, it will likely feel "seasonable", however, more spring-like temperatures are anticipated to arrive over the weekend.