Summer today, spring tomorrow. Temperatures jumped above 80 degrees today for only the third time this month. That warmth is short lived though, as a backdoor cold front sweeps through the region tonight, possibly triggering a few stray showers. But it mostly ensures that we stay cloudy and cool on Sunday.

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Through Tonight: Its not a bad evening for some barbecues or outdoor activities, with a mix of sun and clouds, warm temperatures and low humidity for the remaining daylight hours. Theres just a slight chance at a spot shower or two, mainly east of I-95. An east wind will develop overnight and skies will become overcast soon afterward. Lows will be in the upper 50s with some spotty showers and pockets of drizzle possible.

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Tomorrow (Sunday): Its cloudy and cool with some spotty showers on Sunday morning. It will stay cloudy and cool for the remainder of Sunday under a persistent northeast wind. Highs will struggle to reach the 70-degree mark. Sunday night will again be cloudy and cool with lows in the mid 50s.

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