CommuteCast: Mostly Clear and Breezy
Cold night ahead, warmer on Tuesday
Skies have remained mostly clear throughout the day, allowing the strong April sun to warm temperatures into the mid 50s across the area. The ride home will be dry, mostly clear, and a little chilly for this time of year as a cool breeze from the north continues.
Tonight: A light wind should help keep just about everyone above freezing, but those in the western and northern suburbs should take extra precautions with tender plants that may be exposed to some isolated frost. Under mostly clear skies, expect lows to hit the mid 30s north and west of D.C., while they fall into the upper 30s to near 40 for the District and to the southeast.
Tomorrow: Tuesday will be mostly sunny and warmer than today, though still a little below average temperature-wise. Expect highs to reach the upper 50s across most of the area as light winds out of the north continue.
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