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Posted at 3:15 PM ET, 03/21/2008

CommuteCast: From Clear Skies to High Clouds

By Ian Livingston

Damp and chilly start to weekend Saturday

Under mostly sunny skies, and with decreasing winds, high temperatures have reached the mid 50s across the area today. Clear skies will begin to give way to high cloudiness during the commute home, but it will remain dry through the evening.

Tonight: Clouds will thicken, with a 30% chance of sprinkles or showers after midnight as low pressure races towards the region from the west. The best chance of precipitation overnight will be north and west of D.C. Low temperatures will drop into the upper 30s in the northern and western suburbs, and around 40 for the city and southeast.

Tomorrow: Saturday will be cloudy and cool with a 50% chance of off-and-on sprinkles and showers as low pressure passes through. Highs will likely only reach the upper 40s for most locations, and a breeze from the north will add extra chill to the air. Precipitation should depart the region by evening, setting the stage for a cold late-March night with temperatures dipping to the low 30s.

See Camden's forecast for Easter Sunday and early next week, and Dan's post for the weekend events forecast.

By Ian Livingston  | March 21, 2008; 3:15 PM ET
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