Horses in the sun and snow in Brunswick, Md. (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post)

With a chilly wind blowing out of the northwest, high temperatures rose to near normal across the region this afternoon. Morning clouds and some snow showers gave way to plenty of sun, although the rays didn’t do much to warm us up. We’ll be hard-pressed to find many clouds through tomorrow.

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Through tonight: Skies will remain clear into the night. It will be a cold one. Lows will be in the low 20s in the coldest spots to the upper 20s downtown. Winds near 10 to 15 mph early will diminish to about 5 mph late.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Thursday): We will start off crisp and won’t warm up too much. It will look nicer out than it feels under mostly sunny skies. Winds will be down significantly compared with today, with highs near 40. Those lighter breezes are from the south, around 5 mph.

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Squally: Did you see the snow squall warnings up north this morning? The Baltimore Sun has a nice little explainer about them.

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