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Ian Livingston is a forecaster/photographer and information lead for the Capital Weather Gang. By day, Ian is a defense and national security researcher at a D.C. think tank.
A widespread one to two inches of rain is possible locally.
Conditions remain rather tranquil through the day tomorrow. A coastal storm takes shape after that.
It's the first time in two decades that a full moon and spring's arrival have been so close together.
The worst flooding in decades continues across parts of the Plains and Midwest.
Clear skies take over again tonight and into tomorrow.
After a few days of 70s, mid-March reality has returned.
We'll still see lots of the strong March sun.
Streams and rivers have risen to record levels in spots.
Warm conditions persist through the end of the work week.
It turns much cooler this weekend, with highs in the 70s - but showers are likely at times.