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Posted at 3:15 PM ET, 10/ 9/2008

PM Update: Autumn's Cool Down Takes a Break

By Ian Livingston

Near-perfect conditions expected Friday

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Plenty of sunshine has helped warm us up into the mid and upper 70s today, or a few degrees above average (now near 70 degrees) in most locations. A cold front passing through the area this afternoon will mainly serve to switch the winds away from the south, allowing dew points to drop back off their "almost muggy" readings today.

Tonight: A second weak cold front will pass through overnight without much fanfare. Overall, skies will be mainly clear after some clouds early. Temperatures should drop to the lower 50s in the coolest suburbs to around 60 in D.C. Winds will switch to the north or northwest behind the front and remain light.

Tomorrow: Friday will feature delightful conditions to wrap up the work week. Humidity levels will drop a bit compared to today and skies will remain mostly sunny. Temperatures should rise into the mid and upper 70s as light winds blow from the north or northeast.

See Josh's full forecast through the beginning of next week and SkinsCast for Sunday's game.

By Ian Livingston  | October 9, 2008; 3:15 PM ET
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Comments

SNOW!!! please? :)

Posted by: Anne | October 9, 2008 9:55 PM | Report abuse

Get rid of this freaking heat wave already.

Posted by: Period | October 10, 2008 12:28 AM | Report abuse

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