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Posted at 3:30 PM ET, 11/25/2008

PM Update: Remaining Cool; No Travel Troubles

By Ian Livingston

Latest cold shot not as strong as the last few

* Water Main Break Snarls 16th St. NW | Is D.C. Snow Declining? *

Webcam: Latest view of D.C. from the Netherlands Carillon at Arlington National Cemetery. Courtesy National Park Service. Refresh page to update. See this image bigger on our Weather Wall.

Below-average temperatures, in place since Nov. 16, continue today as highs struggled to get above the upper 40s. Wind gusts to around 25 mph from the northwest have countered the warming effects of partly sunny skies. A weak cold front passed through this afternoon with a few isolated showers. But conditions behind it won't be quite as cold, nor quite as windy, as they've been after the last few cold shots.

Tonight: We'll see variable cloudiness for much of the overnight as temperatures drop to the upper 20s in the suburbs to near freezing in the city. Winds should subside a bit compared to today, though breezes will still blow around 10 mph from the northwest.

Tomorrow: Regional weather conditions will be cooperative for those headed out of town for Thanksgiving on Wednesday. Look for highs to reach the mid-to-upper 40s as partly sunny skies dominate. Breezes from the west will blow around 10 to 15 mph.

See Matt's full forecast through Thanksgiving and into the holiday weekend.

By Ian Livingston  | November 25, 2008; 3:30 PM ET
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