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PM Update: Temperatures turn summerlike Thursday

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We eked out another nice day across the region. Highs in the low 80s aren’t far from average, but humidity remains on the low side of typical for the early onset of summer. Heat moves in tomorrow, and really the first signs of it are already here. In addition to the warmer day today vs. yesterday, tonight will also feature milder temperatures.

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Through Tonight: Clouds of the day tend to dissipate with sundown. Another round of cloudier conditions may push through late night. A quick shower could scoot by, especially over southern Md., during the pre dawn. Lows range across the 60s and winds blow lightly from the south.

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Tomorrow (Thursday): Sunshine dominates much of the day. Some clouds bubble up in the midday and afternoon heat as highs end up mainly in the upper 80s to around or a hair above 90. Isolated showers or storms could dot the area in the afternoon, with most spots staying dry. Winds blow from the south and southwest around 10 mph.

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Mid-90s Friday? Temperatures are forecast to reach the low and mid-90s to close the workweek. It’s almost a lock for hottest day of the year so far, and it could be the first reaching 95. With a wind expected to blow out of the west and few clouds during much of the day, the recipe is right for an extra toasty one.

It would arrive fairly close to average, with the typical first of the season coming June 19 in our current climate. Last year, the city didn’t get there in the city until July 27, when it reached 96.

If the temperature doesn’t rise high enough to make it this go, there should be many opportunities next week.

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