The snow moon rises over Claiborne Pell Bridge between Jamestown and Newport, R.I. (John J Young/Flickr)

Temperatures hit 50 degrees in Washington on Sunday, marking yet another winter day this season that featured warmer-than-average conditions. A weak frontal boundary passes without much fanfare tonight, leaving us with temperate and warm conditions for the holiday and the start of the new week.

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Through tonight: Clouds will build in rather quickly this evening ahead of a weak frontal boundary. Remaining dry for most, with just the slightest chance of a stray shower, especially west of the city. Lows range from 32 to 36 degrees with a light south wind becoming northwesterly just before dawn.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Presidents’ Day): Partly sunny skies and mild temperatures for the holiday. Highs will be similar to today, ranging from the upper 40s to around 50 degrees, with a bit of a chilly east/northeast wind at 5 mph. Skies become mostly cloudy tomorrow night with lows in the mid to upper 30s.

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