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Mostly cloudy skies and some showers overnight and into early Friday morning but most of the day actually looks dry

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Be chilly and dry skies will

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2 hrs ago

Who was in the hospital for a week

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9 hrs ago

But by the afternoon we'll warm up into the low fifties mostly cloudy skies but we'll see a few breaks of sunshine

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12 hrs ago

This will continue to be dispersed across the region

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13 hrs ago

There are some pockets of heavy rain fall on the way

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15 hrs ago

Speed problems see what the

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16 hrs ago

Then if you scattered showers of round during the day

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17 hrs ago

Outside of our studios in northwest Washington forties or fifty four degrees

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18 hrs ago

Showers are more likely during the evening and overnight hours

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19 hrs ago

Basically what this is coming down to we have some rain out there tonight some scattered showers this afternoon

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Our way as we make our way through the next couple of days here temperatures movie back to the upper sixties to around seventy degrees on your Friday mostly cloudy skies and some showers overnight and into early Friday morning but most of the day actually looks dry same deal on Saturday overnight rain Friday night into Saturday some of that rain Saturday morning could be on the heavier side and most of the afternoon looking a little bit better there so that's a good news highs on Saturday the only in the low fifties by a Sunday I'm going eighty two I'm still paying for chief meteorologist Doug Kammerer temps around the Washington area right now we've got fifty four degrees at Reagan national Dulles in at fifty three BWI Marshall fifty three and fifty two right now in Washington the forecast tonight is brought to you by land the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week eleven twenty now in Washington now