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9am: Still showery across the area, but with the heaviest rains now drifting south of the Beltway. Look for lighter showers and drizzle to linger into the afternoon.

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D.C.-area forecast: More Sunday sogginess before late-day drying; brighter and mild heading into midweek http://wapo.st/2CjbsSY

TODAY’S DAILY DIGIT A somewhat subjective rating of the day’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10. 6/10: Milder temperatures earn an above-average grade from me, even with damp and gray lingering through much of the day. EXPRESS FORECAST Today: Occasional showers and fog. Highs: Near 60 to mid-60s. T...
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Sunday Digit: 6/10 - Milder temperatures earn an above-average grade from me, even with damp and gray lingering through much of the day. Brian, CWG

PM Update: Showers and fog return this evening and overnight http://wapo.st/2Cif7QO

Don't ditch the rain gear just yet.
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Nap, please? Fog, clouds, dampness...😴 Check out Mark Andre's great Capitol shot from this morning. Upload your photos to our Flickr anytime. We feature them in our forecasts! https://www.flickr.com/…/25584695077/in/pool-capitalweather/

Dense Fog At the US Capitol
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D.C.-area forecast: Temperatures rise through Sunday as it remains cloudy with occasional showers http://wapo.st/2BPk9mP

Sunshine should return early in the work week, and it stays mild even behind Sunday's cold front.
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Visibility continues to drop late this evening, with some fog and drizzle across the area. Numbers on first map are visibility in miles.

Dense fog advisory until 8 a.m. Saturday, visibility as low as 1/4 mile or so. Take it slow out there.

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PM Update: Drizzle and some fog around tonight, then warmer this weekend with more showers at times http://wapo.st/2BMBj4z

We slowly claw our way out of this cool air mass over the next day or so.
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Flash flooding will be a problem in these areas through Saturday night. Stay safe, and don't drive into flood water!

This is exactly where torrential rain occurred a few days ago.
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This is incredible. The temperature averaged over the ENTIRE Arctic north of 80 degrees is now over 35 degrees (20 Celsius) above normal - and the highest ever recorded in February.

See our related story from the other day: http://wapo.st/2EL6VGr

Image courtesy Zack Labe, University of California-Irvine

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This is leading the news in parts of Europe. Coldest weather in years expected in parts.

Frigid air from Siberia is set to pour over the European continent.
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Here's something bright and colorful to provide some cheer on this gray, miserable day.

When a meteorologist sees a sun dog, it is instant excitement.
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Friday's digit: 4/10 - Meh. A bit cool and damp, especially in the morning. Temperatures may top out roughly around average, though. -Camden, CWG

D.C.-area forecast: Clouds control the weekend, along with periodic dampness and breezes http://wapo.st/2BJFEFQ

Clammy conditions and cool temperatures rise toward warmth, mugginess by Sunday
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Poor ski areas! We wish the news was better. If they can survive the next week, things might improve in early March...

The slopes are becoming a sloppy, muddy mess.
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PM Update: Drizzle and occasional showers through Friday, with a focus on this evening http://wapo.st/2CdOcFN

It'll be a wet commute for many, and we won't fully dry out for another day or so.
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