Sunrise in Ocean City, Md., Wednesday morning. (Xavier Ascanio/Flickr)

We’ve been stuck in the soup much of the month, so any day with rays is a good one. Sunshine did end up shrouded by clouds again in the midday, but clear skies are making a comeback headed toward evening. We continue with relatively tranquil winter weather through tomorrow.

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Through tonight: Clouds that popped up during the day should fully diminish this evening. It’s mainly clear overnight as lows dip to the mid-20s in the coldest spots to near freezing in the mildest ones.

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Tomorrow (Thursday): A mild south wind greets us in the morning, and it continues blowing through the day. Sunshine is dominant early, but clouds may tend to increase with time. Highs mostly top out in the low and mid-50s. Winds are around 10 mph with higher gusts.

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More low-elevation California snow: Redding, Calif., picked up an incredible 10 inches of snow last night. Incredible because the town sits around an elevation of 500 feet. It was the latest in low-elevation snow events across the West Coast. Snow was also reported in the mountains, where more is expected in the days ahead as a powerful atmospheric river continues to affect the region.

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