It was a struggle to reach 60 this month, and then jumped right off of it today. Temperatures have risen sharply in many places this afternoon. It seems that we can not reach near-normal temperatures these days, as this is about 15 degrees above normal after all the cool weather. We are firmly in the heat of today and tomorrow, before a weak cold front arrives.
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Until tonight: We stay pretty clear in the evening, but the clouds fill up again into the night. After not having met 60 for the whole month, we will be under 60 minutes in the city tonight. The lows range from the upper 50s to the lower 60s throughout the region. As we come through the pre-dawn hours, rain should begin to move.
View the current conditions at the Washington Post.
Tomorrow (Friday): Rain should not be It's not particularly heavy or long-lasting, but in the morning you can get a bit more violent showers. We then stay with a chance of showering through a good part of the day. With many clouds and rain, the temperatures do not seem to rise much. Highlights are in the 60s.
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Whoaklahoma: Jason Samenow describes the dry season in and around Amarillo, Texas. Of course, this drought extends beyond the country's borders. I just can not get over this annual rainfall map for Oklahoma. From a few drops to over 2 feet, from west to east. Incredible.
Easily the most insane seasonal rainfall I've seen here.
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– Sam Lillo (@splillo) March 28, 2018
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