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Through Tonight: It’ll remain mainly clear this evening and into the night before clouds increase during the predawn. Lows range from the mid-20s to mid-30s. Winds are light out of the north and northeast.
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Tomorrow (Tuesday): Skies are cloudier than not, with perhaps a little sunshine in the morning. Rain odds grow during the midafternoon, becoming likely before sunset. Temperatures mainly reach highs in the mid- and upper 40s. Winds are from the northeast around 5 to 10 mph, with stronger gusts.
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Winter is coming: This upcoming storm is pretty compact, with most of its 0.50 to 1 inch of rain coming between late afternoon and midnight. If it were 6 weeks later, we’d probably be talking snow and mixed precipitation locally. Even in this case, some wintry precipitation will fall relatively close by. Parts of the Blue Ridge are under a winter weather advisory for the mix of snow and freezing rain. At least a coating is likely in and around Camp David, north of Frederick, as well.
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