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PM Update: Turning cold overnight. Blustery and chilly on Sunday.

A chilly cardinal hangs out in Vienna this morning. (Jeff Rosenberg/Flickr)

Get ready for some chilly weather to finish out the weekend. A cold front will sweep through the region overnight, causing temperatures to drop and winds to pick up. That all adds up to a very blustery and cold Sunday. Winter weather gear will be needed in full force.

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Through tonight: It will be mostly clear during the evening hours, with a few clouds developing overnight. Temperatures will fall off rather sharply after sunset as winds pick up out of the west/northwest. Lows will range from 25-29 degrees, with gusty winds at 10-20 mph, making it feel even colder.

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Tomorrow (Sunday): The day will start cold and blustery, with wind chill values in the teens in the morning. Despite lots of sunshine, gusty northwest winds at 15 to 30-plus mph and temperatures only in the mid to upper 30s will make it a brutal day. It will be clear, calm and quite cold Sunday night, with lows ranging from 19-24 degrees.

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