PM Update: More rain possible into the night
Headed back warm for a few days starting tomorrow
After an exciting -- or painful -- morning commute, things have quieted down for much of the day. While clouds and a.m. rain have helped keep temperatures stuck in the 70s during the daylight hours, careful observers will note that D.C. managed to top 80 for a high after midnight last night, so that lengthy streak continues. Though it does not appear as if we will see a repeat of this morning across the metro area today, more localized downpours will remain quite possible into the evening.
Through Tonight: A band of rain to the west has been dwindling in overall coverage, but some intense showers (and maybe a storm) remain embedded within it as it moves into the area. Expect the risk of showers to last through the night, though the threat of heavy rain should wind down heading through evening and overall activity should be more isolated overnight. Lows likely reach the mid-to-upper 60s.
Tomorrow (Thursday): Clouds should be dissipating during the morning and we'll probably end up with a partly sunny and warm afternoon. There could be an isolated shower as well, but many should stay dry. Temperatures respond to the sun by rising to the upper 80s and near 90.
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