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We’ve got another classic spring day under our belts. Highs ranging from the low and mid-70s are on the warm side for early April. That said, I’m not complaining! While we could use some rain to knock the pollen down, it doesn’t seem like much will fall despite several chances into tomorrow. Temperatures may make a run at 80, though.

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Through Tonight: Clouds increase into the evening and overnight. We may see a shower or storm, especially after midnight, but for now it looks like most of the activity stays to our north and west. Lows range from near 50 to the mid-50s.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Wednesday): Skies are partly to mostly sunny through the day. There’s a small chance of a shower or storm late, with most spots seemingly staying dry. Temperatures head to the mid-70s and even around 80 for highs. Winds are light and variable, with gusts to around 10 or 15 mph.

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Pollen update: Tree pollen is high at 318.85 grains per cubic meter of air. Other pollen types are low.

A taste of summer: Think it’s warm here? Try looking to the west. Yesterday, 90s made it all the way to South Dakota! That’s way early for them.

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