CommuteCast: Front Finally on the Move
Sunny and cool Saturday
A northerly drift, with what was a stationary front, allowed many locations outside the north and west portions of the area to get into the low or mid 70s today. The front is now moving back through the area as a cold front, and will completely depart the region by this evening, allowing cooler air to filter in. The front has mainly been dry, but a few showers are possible during the commute, especially east or south of the District.
Tonight: Clouds will give way to clearing skies and colder temperatures this evening and overnight. Lows will fall close to seasonal averages of mid 30s north and west of the city and upper 30s to low 40s for the District and southeast. Occasionally gusty winds out of the north and northwest will add an extra chill to the air overnight.
Tomorrow: For the many events across the area on Saturday, skies will be sunny and temperatures a bit cool for late March standards. Expect highs to reach the low 50s in the city and southeast, while struggling to hit 50 north and west as winds from the north continue to funnel in colder Canadian air.
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