Ill take it. Todays 60s will be short-lived, but theres no massive cool-down on the near horizon (although there may be one just beyond that ). And while we cool it down about 15 degrees tomorrow, thats still near or above normal as we approach Nice words the coldest average temperatures of the year. Through Tonight: Skies trend mostly Thanking You clear after the clouds from todays cold front finish moving off to the east. Discover MoreBehind the front, winds stay up around 5 to 10 mph from the northwest through the night. And while a cold front passes, it wont be particularly cold overnight as lows reach the mid-30s to near 40. View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post. Tomorrow (Wednesday): We wake up to skies that are partly to mostly clear and spend the day largely under similar conditions. Those winds from the northwest around 5 to 10 mph persist, although they may swing more toward the south by late day.
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Friday, December 23 2016 3:51 PM EST2016-12-23 20:51:49 GMT Updated: Friday, December 23 2016 3:51 PM EST2016-12-23 20:51:49 GMT Hijackers diverted a Libyan plane carrying 118 people to the Mediterranean island of Malta on Friday and threatened to blow it up with hand grenades, officials said. Thursday, December 22 2016 1:17 PM EST2016-12-22 18:17:35 GMT Updated: Thursday, December 22 2016 6:29 PM EST2016-12-22 23:29:57 GMT Ivanka Trump was flying out of JFK with her kids and other cousins better health when a passenger reportedly started screamed at her. (Source: AP/John Minchillo) An anti-Trump passenger spotted Ivanka Trump on a Jet Blue flight and started screaming at her. Thursday, December 22 2016 6:46 AM EST2016-12-22 11:46:05 GMT Updated: Thursday, December 22 2016 6:52 AM EST2016-12-22 11:52:50 GMT A man sustained minor burns on his thigh and hand after an e-cigarette exploded in his pocket while on the bus. More >> MULTAN, Pakistan (AP) — At least 31 people have died from drinking tainted liquor over the Christmas holiday in Pakistan, police and doctors said Tuesday, raising an earlier toll. Local police officer Atif Imran Qureshi most valuable said dozens of people were transported to hospitals in the eastern Punjab province after they consumed contaminated alcohol. A total of 19 people died Tuesday, and 12 the day before, he said. Umair Ahmed, a physician at Allied hospital in the city of Faisalabad, said a dozen more people were still being treated. Alcohol is mostly prohibited in Muslim-majority Pakistan, but non-Muslims can purchase it from licensed shops. Most poor Christians buy homemade liquor – which is more affordable but causes deaths almost every year.
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