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Posted at 04:30 PM ET, 02/06/2012

PM Update: A few clouds tonight, mild again tomorrow

How about that wall-to-wall sunshine today? The increasing sun angle is becoming more apparent by the day, and it helped temperatures in the low-and-mid 50s feel even milder than they were. We’ve got another in our lengthy streak of above average temperatures coming tomorrow. Enjoying it or longing for snow?

Temperatures: Latest D.C. area temperature map. See interactive map on our Weather Wall.

Through Tonight: We’re mostly clear early with some additional cloudiness overnight as a system passes to the southeast. Lows range from near freezing to the upper 30s.

Tomorrow (Tuesday): It’s another day of mild temperatures and plenty of sunshine. Temperatures reach the low-and-mid 50s. Clouds may increase late as the next system approaches from the west, but I think they’ll mainly or fully hold off ‘til after sunset.

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Europe: As noted here last week, Europe has been facing a winter onslaught of recent. The severe cold snap, which has brought rare snow as far south as Tunisia, has now claimed the lives of at least 360 people. Snow fell over the weekend in the United Kingdom and brought airports like Heathrow to its knees despite only a few inches of snow.

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