A thirsty yellowleg in Huntley Meadows Park in Fairfax County.

A weak cold front passes through the area this afternoon, stalling out just south of the region for Sunday. That stalled-out boundary will serve as the focal point for a surface low to develop along, increasing cloud cover and the chance of showers for the later half of the weekend.

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Through tonight: Remaining mostly cloudy with just a slight chance of a spot shower or two, especially in the early evening. On the cool side with lows in the upper 40s to low 50s under a light northeast wind at 5-10 mph.

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Tomorrow (Sunday): A rather cloudy and sometimes wet Sunday is on tap. Most of the day should be dry, with just overcast skies to deal with. I do expect some scattered showers to develop at some point in the day, with highs leveling out in the mid-60s. Scattered showers persist through the evening hours, with mostly cloudy skies overnight and temperatures in the low to mid-50s.

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