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Pardon the Interruption



    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.

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

    Weather Forecast 9/25/10

    [DC] Weather Forecast 9/25/10
    The unseasonably warm weather comes to an abrupt end today.
    (Published Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010)

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