PM Update: Drying out, but not for long
Sun tomorrow, then rain develops Sunday
Too cold for warm-weather fans. Little to no snow for the snow lovers. And just rainy/sleety enough to dampen everyone's day. That's how today has shaped up. But precipitation has mostly come to an end across the area, and some brightening in the afternoon skies is a sign of tomorrow's much improved weather, before mild rain moves in on Sunday.
Through Tonight: After a few spots of lingering drizzle this afternoon, mainly southwest of the Beltway, skies partially clear this evening and likely become mostly clear between midnight and sunrise. Suburban spots could dip down to the mid-20s with lows near 30 downtown.
Tomorrow (Saturday): With high pressure in control, mostly sunny skies through the morning make for a bright start to the weekend. Clouds begin to increase in the afternoon as highs reach the mid-40s. Winds will be light, from the northeast through early morning, then from the east for the rest of the day.
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