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Today's Forecast Updated Wednesday at 8:48 AM
A big change for the end of the week.
- This Afternoon:
- Partly Sunny, Stray Mountain Shower
- Highs: Mid-Upper 70s
- Wind: NE 5
- Mostly Cloudy
- Lows: Around 60
- Wind: E 0-5
- Mix of Sun and Clouds
- Highs: Upper 70s
- Wind: ENE 5
Light rain and drizzle was enough for a damp morning, but exited the region by mid-morning. Rainfall totals in the past 24 hours ranged from around .10"- .50" in the past 24 hours. Still not enough to put a dent in our deficit. The clouds will hang on through much of the morning, but give way to some sunshine this afternoon. That will allow temperatures to warm into the mid to upper 70s.
- This Afternoon
A strong cold front in the middle of the country will be making it's way toward the Mid-Atlantic and will bring some significant changes. A few showers are possible early Friday, but most of the wet weather looks like it will spread across the D.C. area Friday night into Saturday. Much cooler temperatures work in behind the front with breezy conditions. Highs by Sunday will drop into the 60s.
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