CommuteCast: Mostly Cloudy, Isolated Showers
Sunshine gets weekend off to nice start on Saturday
Morning showers temporarily gave way to a few breaks of midday sunshine across the region (mostly from D.C. south and east), but clouds have returned in most places. There has been a fairly large spread in afternoon high temperatures, with low 70s common in the same places that saw a little sun, and low to mid 60s for areas west and north of the city. Temperatures are now falling back on a gusty northwest wind, and a few showers or thundershowers are possible for the rest of the afternoon, with the highest concentration in the south and east portions of the area.
Tonight: After a mostly cloudy start, skies will clear overnight as temperatures drop a little cooler than average for this time of year. Expect lows to fall into the upper 40s in the suburbs while settling into the low 50s inside the Beltway. Northwest winds will continue around 10-15 mph.
Tomorrow: For Saturday, we'll see what we have not seen enough of recently -- a nice weekend day. Mostly sunny skies early will give way to an increase in cloudiness during the afternoon, but not before temperatures rise into the mid 70s across the area. Any precipitation chances should hold off till after sunset, and even then, just a chance of a passing shower or two.
See Camden's full forecast for a look at Sunday into next week.
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