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Posted at 3:00 PM ET, 11/13/2008

PM Update: Rain Subsides ... For Now

By Ian Livingston

Cloudy and warmer Friday, more rain late in the day

The back edge of several hours of steady rain is now moving off to the east, leaving the area cloudy with wet roadways and some lingering light showers. Most locations have seen over .50" of rain so far today, including totals (through 3 p.m.) of .78" at Dulles and .76" at National. Temperatures right around 50 will hover near current readings or very slowly drop this evening while clouds continue to blanket the region.

Tonight: We stay cloudy overnight as fog and drizzle develop in some locations. Temperatures will not drop much from daytime highs; lows should range from the mid 40s to near 50 across the region. Winds will be light from the west.

Tomorrow: Temperatures should be significantly higher on Friday despite continued cloudiness. Look for highs to reach the mid or upper 60s as a south wind brings in some warmer air. Much of the day should be dry with just a few isolated showers possible. But by evening another round of steadier rain should be closing in from the south. Occasional rain then stays likely overnight and into Saturday.

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

By Ian Livingston  | November 13, 2008; 3:00 PM ET
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Comments

Tuesday looks nice.

Posted by: LAWNMAN209 | November 13, 2008 6:46 PM | Report abuse

West Springfield (Lake Accotink/MixingBowl): Storm Total today= 0.91"

BTW- Last week's drizzle fest gave us 0.17"

Waiting for mushrooms in the yard now!

Posted by: bikerjohn | November 13, 2008 10:43 PM | Report abuse

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