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Drizzle-fest 2013 continues through tonight, but hump day marks the transition to a sunnier weather regime.  Cool, moist flow off the Atlantic persists into early Wednesday, but relents as the day wears on.  We may actually see a sunset tomorrow.

Through Tonight: More of this same messy cocktail of low clouds, drizzle, pockets of fog, and cool temps.  Lows range from the upper 40s to low 50s.

Tomorrow (Wednesday): The morning hours may present more dreary overcast, but as high pressure pushes southward, there’s a good chance of breaks in the clouds and increasing sunshine in the afternoon.  Temperatures respond by climbing into the mid-to-upper 60s.

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Pollen: Counts, fortunately, have been washed out due to the rain.

Rain photos: It’s hard to make a gray, rainy day look pretty. But these recent photo submissions to our Flickr group are certainly exceptions…

The U.S. Capitol Monday (Architect of the Capitol via Flickr)

Rain in Glenarden, Md Monday (Fred King via Flickr)

“One last tulip”, photographed Sunday (Chris Taki via Flickr)