PM Update: Fine Spring Weather Continues
Thursday temps to top 80 as sunny skies continue
Sunshine once again led to a brilliant springtime day around here as temperatures rise mainly into the upper 70s to near 80 for highs. The clear skies, low humidity and light winds will make for another pleasant evening -- and a little warmer than the last -- to spend some time outdoors.
Tonight: It will be clear and fairly seasonal temperature-wise tonight. After evening temperatures drop from the 70s into the 60s, overnight lows should creep toward the mid-40s in the coldest suburban areas to the mid-50s in downtown D.C. Winds remain light.
Tomorrow (Thursday): Expect mostly sunny skies again on Thursday with temperatures rising to highs in the low 80s. Humidity remains low, but may start to become slightly noticeable as a light south wind continues.
Bob Ryan on Climate Change: In an op-ed appearing yesterday on USATODAY.com, NBC4 lead meteorologist Bob Ryan argued that far too many treat science and opinion as equals, even though science should get the upper hand because it lacks the hidden agenda so often seen in opinion. Ryan believes in order to make the critical decisions ahead, we must retire the agendas and focus on the science that continues to show climate change is real and present.
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