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Posted at 5:15 PM ET, 11/15/2008

Update: Tornado Watch Cancelled; Turning Cooler

By Dan Stillman

The Tornado Watch for the D.C. metro area has now been cancelled by the National Weather Service. Heavier showers that came through earlier have moved east of the Chesapeake Bay, where the Tornado Watch remains in effect.

Some lighter showers remain in the area. But we should all be pretty much done with the rain from about 7 p.m. onward. Temperatures will drop through the 50s this evening, down to lows in the mid-to-upper 40s downtown and low 40s in the burbs. It'll be a breezy night with winds blowing from the west around 10-15 mph and gusts to 20-30 mph.

See our full forecast into early next week, and SkinsCast for Sunday night's game against the Cowboys.

By Dan Stillman  | November 15, 2008; 5:15 PM ET
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What a beautiful night! Left the house around 4, saw a double rainbow, walked around, enjoyed the weather. While I was out around 5:30 or so, just a bit after dusk, saw a meteorite come crashing down in the north sky. Was a beautiful evening. Still is, so get out there and enjoy it while you still can!

Posted by: Havoc737 | November 15, 2008 7:26 PM | Report abuse

Thanks for the report, Havoc. I'm in Chicago this weekend and see my first snow flakes of the season.

Posted by: Jason-CapitalWeatherGang | November 15, 2008 7:54 PM | Report abuse

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