An area of low pressure will track to the northeast overnight pulling away any lingering showers from the Washington area. Lows will range from the middle 40s in the mountains to lower 50s in the District.
Skies will gradually clear Thursday as high pressure builds in from the west. Highs should make it to around 60 degrees, but gusty northwest winds will exceed 25 miles per hour adding an extra chill. Sunshine returns Friday and into the upcoming weekend with afternoon temperatures in the upper 60s and overnight lowers near 50.
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