Sunset at the Reflecting Pool. (Beau Finley / Flickr) Sunshine proved to be shy today, while mid- and high-level cloud bands have crossed the area. Temperatures reached around 40 in the mid-1940s, colder than normal for this time of year. This is a trend that accompanies us from tomorrow. Listen to our daily forecasts D.C .: Apple Podcast | Amazon Echo | Other options Until tonight: we should see at least some breaks in the clouds tonight, but there are still many things out there and more than climate models think. In both cases, the bass is established in a range of 20 and 30 less in most points. See the current weather at the Washington Post. Tomorrow (Friday): The skies should try to become more sunny sometimes, but we could end up dealing with clouds that prove stubborn again. Temperatures rise to around 40 or up to the mid-40s throughout the area. The winds are out of the northwest around 10 mph. See David Streit's forecast for the weekend. And if you have not already done so, join us on Facebook and follow us on chirping and Instagram. For related traffic news, check Gridlock. California Rain: A storm system is moving through California today. This is the significant quarter in recent weeks, after an unusually dry fall. At least one person died due to time and an airplane landing in Burbank slipped off the runway. Breakwaters and other assorted problems they were also common. Do you want our 5:00 forecasts to be delivered to your inbox? Sign up here.