Much like this date 20 years ago, today’s weather was fantastic. It’s been a pleasant late-summer day with comfortable temperatures and humidity levels, as well as plenty of sunshine. It will be more of the same on Sunday, but with a noticeable uptick in temperatures and humidity as highs make a run at 90 degrees, with a trend toward even hotter weather by Monday.

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Through tonight: High-level clouds will filter in through the evening but should clear out overnight. Clear and comfortable conditions persist overnight, with lows ranging from 59 to 63 degrees under a light south/southwest wind at 5 to 10 mph.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Sunday): Partial cloudiness in the morning will give way to mostly sunny conditions. It will be a hot one down at FedEx Field for the first game of the NFL season, with afternoon highs approaching 90 degrees and dew point values rising into the mid-60s under a light southwest wind. It will be partly cloudy and quite mild in the evening, with lows ranging from 66 to 70 degrees.

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