PM Update: Breezes to Slacken But Cold Remains
Sunny Thursday with more below-average temperatures
Despite full sunshine, temperatures in the 50s combined with a chilly breeze to make this another day for at least some cold-weather gear. Winds should slowly weaken this afternoon and evening, but well below-average temperatures should continue through at least tomorrow.
Tonight: Slackening winds and clear skies will allow temperatures to become quite cold overnight. Look for temperatures dropping to near freezing in the normally coldest suburbs to around 40 in the warmest parts of downtown D.C.
Tomorrow: Thursday will be another dry, sunny and cool day. Temperatures will be similar to today, but perhaps a smidge warmer. Look for most places to rise into the mid-to-upper 50s. Winds will be light, from the north.
Could rain interrupt your weekend plans? See Dan's full forecast.
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