It was another mild and relatively tranquil day across the area. High temperatures well into the 50s continue to be a good deal warmer than the mid-40s we average this time of year. Any raindrops through tomorrow are generally few and far between, but a cold front is set to deliver an end to this spell of early springtime conditions.

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Through Tonight: A few showers are possible this evening and overnight. Skies remain partly to mostly cloudy -- and some patchy fog may form late -- as lows range from around 41 to 48. Winds are light out of the south and southwest.

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Tomorrow (Friday): A cold front slices through the area during the midday or early afternoon. Depending on when it passes, highs should rise to at least 60 or so, and perhaps well into the 60s around the city and south or east. There could be a couple of showers as it moves through, but don’t plan on much.

Connecticut Avenue NW at night. (Joe Flood/Flickr)

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