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Posted at 3:30 PM ET, 04/10/2008

CommuteCast: Clear Skies, Warm Temperatures

By Ian Livingston

Warmest day of young season expected Friday

Latest view of D.C. looking east from the Netherlands Carillon at Arlington National Cemetery. Courtesy National Park Service.

Morning clouds and fog have given way to abundant, if somewhat hazy, sunshine across the area. High temperatures in the low and mid 70s will stay steady through early evening before slowly falling back through the 60s as the sun sets. The ride home will be dry and uneventful on the weather front.

Tonight: In case you've missed them today, clouds will return overnight and will help keep temperatures up a bit, with mid 50s for lows across the area.

Tomorrow: Friday promises to be another warm one, and probably warmer than today, even with significant cloud cover. Temperatures should easily rise into the mid 70s at most locations, and an 80-degree reading is possible if we can get a few breaks in the clouds. Winds from the south will pull moist air into the region and showers are possible late in the day, though most should hold off till Friday night.

See NatCast for tonight's game at Nationals Park and Josh's forecast through the beginning of next week.

By Ian Livingston  | April 10, 2008; 3:30 PM ET
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Now that winters over, the posts on this board drop their usuual 80%. All it will take 2 increase the posts is some model 2 show a Big Daddy snow 10 days out, & some people will get real excited. Of course, any chance 4 snow is gone until next winter. I must admit that I will very seldom check this site until Nov.

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