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Posted at 3:43 PM ET, 01/10/2008

CommuteCast: Sprinkles, Maybe More

By Steve Scolnik

Showers and rain through tomorrow morning

Sprinkles ahead of a developing low pressure area in the Midwest have dampened the ground this afternoon in the metro area, but amounts have been extremely light so far, especially north of the District. You'll be dodging a 50% chance of showers on your afternoon drive, ride, or walk home, but there's a better chance of seeing rain on your trek back to the office tomorrow.

Temperatures now in the upper 40s to near 50 will drop a couple of degrees for the trip home, especially where it's begun raining. After lows tonight in the mid 40s, rain showers or even a possible isolated thunderstorm should taper off to some clearing by late lunch or early afternoon tomorrow.

Scroll below for the latest on the potential for rain or snow late Sunday into Monday, and Josh's post for the detailed forecast through the weekend.

By Steve Scolnik  | January 10, 2008; 3:43 PM ET
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