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    NEWSLETTERS

    The unseasonably warm weather comes to an abrupt end today.

    In search of a neverending summer? Rejoice. Today's another warm one. Though the temperature won't reach yesterday's record-shattering heat -- the 99-degree high on Friday was the warmest ever recorded this late in the year -- the high today could reach 90 degrees.

    If it does reach 90 degrees today, it will be the 67th day to hit 90 this summer, a feat that will tie the all-time record, according to NBC4 meteorologist Chuck Bell. 

    Then that's it. A cold front arriving late this afternoon or early this evening will bring temperatures in line with the season.

    Weather Forecast 9/25/10

    [DC] Weather Forecast 9/25/10
    The unseasonably warm weather comes to an abrupt end today.

    Today will be 10 degrees cooler than Friday, and Sunday will be another 15 degrees cooler than today -- a precipitous drop.

    The cold front may bring precipitation, too. Showers may arrive mid-to-late Sunday in advance of a rainy Monday and Tuesday.