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One more day of unseasonable warmth

Jason Samenow @ 8:52 AM

Today marks the 19-year anniversary of the area's greatest November snowfall, but rather than record snow, 2006 brings us near record warmth. Tomorrow, rain and more seasonable temperatures return.


Forecast Confidence: HighPartly sunny, very warm. Strong southerly flow ahead of an approaching cold front will help boost temperatures to near record highs. Highs should be 74-78 -- the record at Reagan National is 78. It's going to be close.

Overnight, the cold front will move through -- producing showers and possibly a thunderstorm, beginning after midnight. Lows will be near 50.


Forecast Confidence: Medium-HighCloudy, damp. The cold front will slow down as it nears the coast and low pressure will strengthen along it. As a result, we'll have overcast conditions with occasional rain and drizzle -- with temperatures in the mid to high 50s.

Pictured: The Jefferson memorial pre-sunrise today. By photographer Kevin Ambrose.

Fall foliage in Adams Morgan yesterday under sunshine and warm temperatures. By photographer Ian Livingston.

Winter Outlook Reminders

If you missed our winter outlook earlier in the week, read it here. Better yet, listen to WeatherTalkRadio hosted by Tony Pann and Justin Berk tomorrow at 3pm, where the outlook's lead author -- Matt Ross -- will discuss the outlook and take calls.

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