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Unsettled period begins...

Jason Samenow @ 12:30 AM

Expect rain to overspread the area this afternoon. The rain will be somewhat scattered and not particularly heavy. Overnight tonight, the rain may become a bit steadier...but should taper off by Thursday morning. Rainfall totals look to be around half an inch. Expect highs today in the mid 60s.

(This morning's sunrise photo by Photographer Kevin Ambrose)

On Thursday we'll have a break in the action and partly cloudy skies (temps 65-70) before the next storm affects us Friday. This may be a fairly impressive fall storm and could produce some heavy, windswept rains in the afternoon and evening.

Right now, the weekend looks to clear out...but it may well be unseasonably cool especially Saturday with temperatures struggling to get out of the 50s and strong northwesterly winds.

In the world of TV Weather, reports Channel 9 morning weathercaster Hillary Howard's last day is Friday. Meteorologist Howard Bernstein will take her place next week. I'm guessing Bernstein will also continue doing weather for the noon newscast. It's unclear whether WUSA will hire another meteorologist or is reducing its weather team by having the existing talent cover more shifts.

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