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Wind chills are in the single digits and teens today.
We won't be seeing 60 degrees again anytime soon.
Only one chance of precipitation in this forecast.
Overall it's a pretty decent forecast through the holiday weekend.
Highs range from near 50 to near 60 through Saturday, with colder air moving in Sunday into Thanksgiving week.
Highs are mainly in the 40s and 50s through the weekend, with a solid freeze Friday night as lows bottom in the 20s.
Warmer weather returns tomorrow and Friday, only to be followed by a cooler and cloudier weekend.
We're noticeably cooler, but nothing too chilly. Sunday is the fly in the ointment for outdoor plans.
Our weather pattern stays stagnant, in a good way.
The heat wave baking the D.C. metro region is part of a sprawling dome of high pressure sizzling a swath of the nation from Texas to Boston.