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Through tonight: An upper-level disturbance continues to pass through the region. Some popcorn snow showers to our west might make it here later, although much of that activity could also dry up crossing the mountains. That said, don’t be surprised to see some snow falling briefly, but it shouldn’t amount to much of anything. It’s a seasonably cold one, under partly to mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures bottom out in the mid-20s to around freezing.
View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post.
Tomorrow (Friday): The final day of the workweek will be a lot like today. Cool and breezy. Winds may actually pick up a notch, with sustained levels in the 15-to-20-mph zone at peak and gusts past 30 mph. Skies should tend sunnier than not, but periods of clouds are possible as well. Highs are mostly in the mid-40s.
The end is near: Of La Niña, that is. Maybe. The tropical Pacific Ocean phenomenon is expected to weaken over the next several months, giving way to El Niño Southern Oscillation neutral conditions. It’s not a high-confidence forecast, though.
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