CommuteCast: Mild Before the Front
Unsettled conditions arrive Thursday
Gusty downsloping winds out of the west and southwest have helped temperatures warm into the mid 60s to near 70 across the area today, even with periods of cloudiness. The ride home will be partly cloudy, with mild temperatures dropping back through the 60s.
Tonight: An approaching cold front will pass through the area this evening before getting hung up just to the south of Washington. This will cause clouds to increase overnight and odds for precipitation to go up as well. A few early a.m. showers are possible, especially well north and west of D.C., as lows drop into the mid and upper 40s across the area.
Tomorrow: Thursday is likely to be cloudy and damp at times. Due to uncertainty about where the front ends up stalling, rain forecasts are more difficult to pinpoint than normal. At this time, it appears many areas will see some shower activity during the day, with the highest odds of consistent activity focusing on D.C. and north. The heaviest precipitation may stay north of the area entirely. High temperatures are likely to top out in the mid to upper 50s across the area, with warmer conditions south of the front.
See Dan's forecast through the weekend.
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