PM Update: Briefly Showery, Drying to Follow
Cool and dry on Thursday
Numerous clouds have continued to hang tough throughout the day and showers, some heavy and accompanied by thunder and lightning, are now affecting portions of the area. Prior to the rain, most places topped out around or just about 70 degrees, and those who have seen rain have now fallen back into the low and mid 60s. The heaviest activity should push east of a majority of the area by the commute, but additional lighter rains are possible into the evening as another batch approaches from the west.
Tonight: After we get through the shower chances of this evening, skies will trend clear overnight. Temperatures will cool nicely as well, dropping to the upper 40s in the north and west suburbs to the low 50s for D.C. and south or east. Some isolated fog cannot be ruled out, though winds from the northwest should keep it from being widespread.
Tomorrow: We will see lots of sunshine on Thursday with temperatures running a few degrees below average. Expect highs to reach the mid to upper 60s while a cool west wind blows up to 10 mph during the day.
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