CommuteCast: Mostly Clear and Cool
Rain chances increase Tuesday
Temperatures a few degrees below average, mixed with wind, brought a chill to the air this morning and throughout the day. Highs have thus far struggled to make it to around 50 degrees under full sunshine. The commute home will be dry and cool as winds slowly slacken.
Tonight: Clouds will increase this evening in advance of a prolonged unsettled period that will begin Tuesday. Due to dry air at the surface, little or no rain is expected tonight as a warm front lifts through the region, but a few places north and west of the District may see some spotty light precipitation between midnight and sunrise. Lows will drop to the low to mid 30s in the typically colder suburbs and into the upper 30s for D.C. and southeast.
Tomorrow: Tuesday will be mostly cloudy, with increasing chances for rain late in the day. Winds will pick back up -- this time out of the south -- and may gust to around 30 mph by late afternoon or evening. Highs are expected to reach the low and mid 50s for most of the area.
See Jason's forecast through the rest of the week.
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