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Today (Friday): Clouds and some rain through much of the day. Temperatures around 50 near sunrise slide into the 40s with precipitation around. We could see a few rays of sun nearer sunset. Rain amounts may approach a quarter-inch in the luckiest of spots. Northwesterly breezes may gust around 15 mph midday but should trend down with time in the afternoon. Confidence: Medium-High
Tonight: Clearing skies and calming westerly breezes. Low temperatures in almost the entire region should bottom out in the 30s. Mainly low and mid-30s outside the Beltway, with upper 30s to near 40 in the city and near the bay. Confidence: Medium-High
Veterans Day (Saturday): Mainly sunny skies seem probable. A midday and afternoon breeze near 15 mph from the northwest adds a bit of a wind chill to high temperatures from about 52 to 59. Confidence: Medium-High
Tomorrow night: Skies should only have a few clouds as breezes stay somewhat tame. Upper 20s to mid-30s are a likely range for low temperatures. Confidence: Medium-High
Sunday: This is probably our coolest and most crisp day. High temperatures may range from the mid-40s in the typically coolest spots north and west to lower 50s around the Beltway. A few clouds from time to time in otherwise sunny skies shouldn’t be much of a bother. Confidence: Medium-High
Sunday night: Skies may remain clear and breezes may fully calm for once. This combo allows for easy heat escape, producing chilly low temperatures in the mid-20s to around 30, with mid-30s downtown. Confidence: Medium
Bright and mainly sunny skies Monday and Tuesday as our coolness moderates further to the 50s, or closer to average high temperatures for this time of year. Rain chances remain out of the picture, but we have a chance for slightly higher breeziness both days. Despite moderating temperatures, the air mass remains dry and crisp (static shocks and moisturizer may be top of mind). Confidence: Medium-High