Temperatures made it to around 60 today behind yesterday’s cold front. There’s another little system riding by which has kept us in a bit of a southerly flow and helped mild air hang around. We’ll see cooler air drifting back in through tomorrow. A few raindrops may fall in between.

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Through Tonight: A sprinkle or quick passing shower is possible this evening and into the early overnight. Whatever falls won’t do much, but it’s a reminder how much it likes to rain these days. Otherwise, skies are mostly cloudy. Lows are near 40 in the coldest spots to the upper 40s in the city.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Thursday): Clouds are breaking in the morning, and we should see a good deal of sun in the end. It’s a cool day, with high temperatures ranging across the 50s. Winds are out of the north around 10 mph.


Sunset at the Tipton Airfield near Baltimore on Nov. 6. (Adil via Flickr)

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