A peaceful evening at Croydon Creek in Rockville, Md. (John Brighenti/Flickr)

Temperatures headed well into the 80s today under abundant sunshine. It’s a story we’re used to at this point in the year, and one we’ll see repeat more in the days to come. Another chance at 90 degrees is on the way for tomorrow.

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Through tonight: It’s a nice evening to be out and about. Humidity is up from recent times, but it’s still quite decent. Under partly to mostly sunny skies, temperatures dip to the low 60s in the cool spots or about 70 in the city for lows.

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Tomorrow (Wednesday): It’s feeling more like August than September as hot and humid conditions deepen. Skies are partly to mostly sunny, and temperatures rise to highs within a few degrees of 90. With humidity on the high side and dew points near 70, heat indexes push toward the mid-90s.

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Pollen update: Grass pollen is high. Weed pollen is moderate/high. Mold spores are low/moderate. Tree pollen is low.

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