PM Update: Cold again tonight, then moderate temperatures this weekend – The Washington Post Leave a comment

Although sunshine was abundant, high temperatures in the low and mid-50s had a bit of a bite today. Maybe it was the occasionally gusty northwest winds? It will be another cold one tonight before some moderation through the weekend. Since the growing season has been declared over across the whole area despite a couple of holdouts, we’re done with frost and freeze statements until spring.
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Through tonight: Other than some thin, high clouds, it’ll be mainly clear overnight and probably not too different from last night on lows. That means a range from upper 20s to mid-30s most spots, with a couple of spots even colder or warmer.
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Tomorrow (Saturday): Mostly to partly sunny skies will rule. Some increase in clouds is possible late. Temperatures will mainly be in the mid-50s for highs, but some upper 50s might mix in. It will be a little less chilly than recent nights overnight Saturday but still largely in the 30s for lows.
Sunday: Clouds may be more numerous than Saturday. We should still see increasing sun through the day. There’s a small chance of an early shower, especially south and east. Readings will end up mostly in the upper 50s for highs.
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