The midterm elections are here, and voters in Virginia and Washington, D.C., will cast their ballots on Tuesday for whom they'd like to see in local, congressional and state leadership positions.
The weather is expected to cooperate during the day for most locations, but some cloudy conditions are likely.
Cloudy conditions are expected for most of the day in our nation's capital through the afternoon, but voters can expect some peeks of sunshine.
Voters can expect a temperature in the mid-70s to near 80 degrees through lunchtime, with a general warming trend as the day continues.
By about 6 p.m., temperatures will be sitting around 84 degrees with mostly cloudy skies.
In Virginia, temperatures started off on the cool side, with most areas sitting in the mid-60s.
As the morning continues, temperatures will warm into the 70s with some clouds rolling through.
By the time we get into the late-afternoon and evening hours, temperatures will rise into the mid- to upper 80s from Richmond to Arlington and Roanoke.
Lynchburg could get close to 90 degrees by around 5 p.m. with mostly sunny skies.