PM Update: Gray Skies Linger a While Longer
Finally some sunshine on Friday
The weather story of the last few days has been clouds along with some rain, thanks to a low pressure system meandering off the coast. A few peeks of sun midday were just a tease, but temperatures have been warm despite the cloudiness. Highs reached the mid 60s just about everywhere, and just a few light showers have passed by some towns -- though many have stayed dry.
Tonight: The storm system plaguing the area will finally begin to depart to the northeast overnight, and clouds should begin breaking by sunrise. Temperatures will range from around 50 in the suburbs to the mid 50s in D.C. Winds will be light from the northwest.
Tomorrow: On Friday, we will finally see some sun! Partly to mostly clear skies will help temperature rise about 10 degrees above average as most locations reach the low or mid 70s. Winds will be light and variable, and shifting to the south by late in the day. By evening, clouds should be back on the increase as a cold front approaches the area.
See Josh's full forecast through early next week.
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