Some unanticipated cloud cover kept things a bit cooler than anticipated today. Those clouds need to be almost passed now, which suggests temperature levels will get the chance to drop listed below the freezing mark regionwide tonight.
Delight in the sunlight and fairly moderate temperature levels Monday, due to the fact that the remainder of the week looks rather unclear, with numerous opportunities for rain.
Through Tonight: Skies will rapidly clean out after dark, and temperature levels need to cool down a bit more than last night. Over night lows will settle in the mid-20s to around 30 degrees, with simply a light wind out of the south.
Tomorrow (Monday): A little a cold start, however temperature levels need to heat up a bit more than today under primarily bright skies. Highs will peak right around 50 degrees with simply a minor wind from the south. Clouds will relocate and rain is most likely to break out over night tomorrow, with low temperature levels in the upper 30s to low 40s.
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Source: The Washington Post.