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Posted at 3:15 PM ET, 01/25/2008

CommuteCast: Mid-Winter Chill Continues

By Ian Livingston

Uneventful weather to start the weekend

Current DC area temperatures, courtesy Weather Bonk. Map by Google. Refresh page to update. Hover over and click temperatures for more info. Click and hold on map to pan.

The final commute home of the week promises to be an easy one, at least in terms of the weather! Sunny skies dominated this Friday as did colder than average temperatures which have become something of a rarity in DC-area Januarys of late. Gusts that brought wind chill readings below 10 degrees at times last night and during the morning commute are gradually letting up and will continue to do so throughout the evening as temperatures fall from their daytime highs in the low to mid 30s.

Tonight: The evening will begin mostly clear and continued cold. As the night progresses, warm and moist air will be drawn into the region, bringing in another round of cloudiness by sunrise. Compared to last night, low temperatures will be moderated somewhat by thickening clouds, and almost everyone will bottom out in the low to mid 20s.

Tomorrow: Clouds are expected to fill the sky throughout most of the day. Temperatures will once again be chillier than normal as highs reach only into the mid to upper 30s throughout the area. By evening, it is possible that some snow showers will begin to affect the region as a small but vigorous upper-level disturbance passes us to the north. Precipitation should be spotty at best in and around DC, and any accumulation of snow should be confined to elevated places well to the west.

See Camden's forecast through the remainder of the weekend and beyond.

By Ian Livingston  | January 25, 2008; 3:15 PM ET
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