CommuteCast: Gray with Scattered Showers
More wet weather for Friday
Showers that moved through this morning have largely paused across the region during the early afternoon. Temperatures have risen into the mid and upper 50s for highs so far and will remain steady before slowly dropping back this evening. A few widely scattered showers, largely focused from D.C. and south, will move through the area during the commute home causing isolated wet roadways.
Tonight: The pesky stalled front will keep clouds locked in the area overnight, and some passing showers are possible. Rain will be scattered at best, and the highest odds for prolonged activity should occur from the District and to the northwest. Lows will fall to within a few degrees of 50 at most locations.
Tomorrow: The front draped across the region will drift north and linger through much of the day Friday, before finally pushing well to our south late. More widespread shower -- and possibly thundershower -- activity is expected across the area, with the best chances during the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will be warmer than today, but there will be major differences over short distances, so exact numbers remain uncertain. Places well north and west of D.C. could get stuck in the upper 50s, while the immediate metro area gets to 60 or 65 degrees, and just to the southeast temperatures may hit 70.
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