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Posted at 3:15 PM ET, 03/19/2008

CommuteCast: Slow and Soggy, Then Stormy

By Capital Weather Gang

*Wind Advisory in Effect Until 6 p.m. Thursday*

A solid area of light to moderate rain has taken hold of the metro area this afternoon as temperatures have climbed into the 60s thanks to an increasing breeze from the south. Other than a possible break in the action here and there, rain is likely to continue through the afternoon and into the evening and overnight, with an increasing chance of thunderstorms toward evening and later tonight. Some thunderstorms, especially after 8 p.m., could produce damaging winds. An isolated tornado is possible, too.

Precipitation should end from west to east as a cold front comes through, probably not until after 1 a.m.

See Dan's post for the full forecast through the weekend.

By Capital Weather Gang  | March 19, 2008; 3:15 PM ET
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