Flying over Washington at night. (Kevin Wolf/Flickr)

Temperatures were down a good deal compared with what we saw over the weekend, but the region remained warmer than normal yet again today. Eighteen of the past 20 days have had above-normal temperatures, and there will be a few more before things cool. The next one will come along tomorrow.

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Through Tonight: Clouds will thin for a time through evening, but they will be more common than not overnight. Most spots will probably stay dry. There could be a few showers toward dawn, especially farther south. Lows will be in the upper 30s to mid-40s.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Tuesday): Showers, or a period of light rain, may be possible during the morning. The best odds of such rain will be south of the city. A couple of showers could linger into the afternoon, as will mostly cloudy skies. Highs will reach for the low 50s or so. Winds will be quite light and generally from the south.

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Snow: While the east has been basking in warmth, it’s a different story in the Pacific Northwest. Several inches of snow fell across parts of the Puget Sound today, with more cold and snow expected for the region.

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