Colorful skies over the Potomac River. (Carol Jean Stalun via Flickr)

Clouds helped keep temperatures a bit colder than expected today. Highs mainly ended up in the 30s, which is a rare departure from our warmer than normal winter so far. We will see more sun tomorrow, but it will still feel rather chilly. Milder by Super Bowl Sunday.

Through Tonight: Clouds of today may last into the evening, but we’ll see clear skies take over with time. Those clearing skies aid falling temperatures. It is chillier than we are accustomed to lately, as lows range from the upper teens to the upper 20s, coldest suburbs to city center.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Saturday): Coming off a cold start, temperatures don’t rise too rapidly despite sunshine. If you do not mind a little chill, it is not a bad day. Clouds tend to increase again around sunset, after highs reach the upper 30s to lower 40s. Winds are out of the north and northwest around 5 to 10 mph.

Sunday: Following lows mainly in the 20s, Super Bowl Sunday dawns fairly cloudy. Outside a very small risk of a morning sprinkle or snowflake, the day is tranquil. We should tend to lose clouds during the afternoon as highs rise to the mid-40s to near 50.

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