PM Update: Pleasantly cool end to work week
Dry start to weekend but shower risk after
Cold air aloft mixed with warming at the ground has produced some cloudiness during the day today and it's been enough to keep temperatures in the mid-70s for highs most spots. These clouds will dissipate as we head toward and into the evening, making way for another mostly clear and cool night. Tomorrow is looking like a mostly great start to the weekend but the risk of needed rain showers arrives overnight into Sunday.
Through Tonight: Skies continue to clear out as the sun goes down and temperatures dip back into the 60s near sunset. If headed out this evening, you may want to ditch the shorts for jeans and bring along a light jacket. It should be mostly clear overnight with temperatures once again falling into the lower 50s in the coolest spots to near 60 in D.C.
Tomorrow (Saturday): This is looking like a nice start to the weekend, but with cold air still likely to be around above the surface there could again be a some daytime clouds from time to time. Besides that it's rather spectacular with temperatures rising to highs in the upper 70s most spots.
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