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Posted at 3:45 PM ET, 12/ 9/2010

PM Update: Cold begins to relax a bit

By Ian Livingston

Cold has begun to relent ever so slightly, but the big difference today has been the relatively lighter -- if still occasionally gusty -- winds. After days of persistent gusts near and past 30 mph, today's random gust above 15 mph was not too hard to stomach. Afternoon highs were also a touch warmer, with readings generally in the mid-30s with some upper 30s as well.

Temperatures: Latest D.C. area temperature map powered by iMapWeather (base map by Google). Click and hold on map to pan. Double-click to zoom. Refresh page to update. See larger map on our Weather Wall.

Through Tonight: Temperatures tumble again heading through the evening. We see an increase in clouds as the night wears on, so partly cloudy by late evening to mostly cloudy past midnight. These clouds help keep temperatures up a bit, but it's still plenty chilly with lows dipping to near 20 in the suburbs and the mid-to-upper 20s downtown.

Tomorrow (Friday): Mostly cloudy skies may continue into the morning, but the day should feature a clearing trend. Other than that, we stick with the lighter winds and temperatures warm higher than we've seen of late. Overall, it might feel kind of pleasant as highs reach near 40 and into the lower 40s.

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By Ian Livingston  | December 9, 2010; 3:45 PM ET
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That clipper looks to be further south and a little more potent than expected! Sure we can score a few snow flurries out of this thing...

Posted by: rapotter | December 10, 2010 1:57 AM | Report abuse

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