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Posted at 3:15 PM ET, 09/23/2008

PM Update: Early Autumn at Its Best

By Ian Livingston

Wonderful weather continues Wednesday

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The recent string of nice weather continues today as temperatures rise into the low and mid 70s across the region. These readings are a few degrees below average, but with full sunshine, this is yet another "as good as it gets" type of day. Look for temperatures falling fairly rapidly as the sun sets this evening, and expect a pretty cool one tonight.

Tonight: Lower dew points and fewer clouds than the last few nights will allow temperatures to tumble nicely overnight. Expect readings to hit the upper 40s in the cooler suburbs to the north and west of the city and low-to-mid 50s for D.C. and to the southeast. Light northeast breezes will be common throughout the night.

Tomorrow: Wednesday should be the last of this series of nice days. Mostly sunny skies should once again be the story, and temperatures will rise into the mid 70s just about everywhere. Winds from the northeast will continue around 10-15 mph, and perhaps begin to pick up late.

See Matt's full forecast through the weekend and NatCast for tonight's game.

By Ian Livingston  | September 23, 2008; 3:15 PM ET
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It was actually really beautiful today.

Posted by: Period | September 23, 2008 9:40 PM | Report abuse

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