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Yesterday's record rains and today's winds

Jason Samenow @ 1:10 AM

Record rains (for the date) fell across the region yesterday-- with amounts generally around 2 inches (I don't have the exact totals, and it's still raining as I write this). Combine the rain with the cool temperatures and wind, and it was just downright nasty outside.

Later today, as high pressure builds in, the sun will come out but temperatures will rise only a little -- with highs 44-48. If you couple these temperatures with strong northerly winds at 15-25 mph, it will feel like the 30s this afternoon. Bundle up and hold onto your hat.

Sunday is still looking OK -- after a cold start (lows 28-32), expect sunny skies, and highs 48-52.

Pictured: Heavy rain and breezy conditions prevailed all day. This photo was taken in Greenbelt, MD. Photo by photographer Kevin Ambrose.

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