Afternoon Update: Frost warning tonight with some spots reaching 30 degrees

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* Frost warning late tonight until Tuesday morning *

Temperatures were on the warm side of forecast today. Considering how the day looked and felt at the end, I certainly won’t complain. Most places reached the low to mid 60s under tons of sun. We are just beginning a streak of nice days. But first from here, a cold night.

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Until tonight: Lows will be in the 30s and 40s in most places, with the coldest temperatures to the west and southwest and the warmest in the city. Frost should not be widespread, but some areas may develop late.

Watch the current weather in The Washington Post.

Tomorrow, Tuesday): After a good start, you will look beautiful. Temperatures will range from the mid 60s to near 70 under mostly sunny skies. Try having an outdoor lunch or going for a long walk; will be worth. Winds should blow from the south at around 10 mph.

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Autumn warm wave: Tuesday could very well begin a week-long streak of above-average temperatures. We even have the potential to hit 80 more than once at the end of the week. Although it was about 10 days later than average, last year the last 80 degree day didn’t arrive until November 7th.

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