Showers continue and it'll get breezy as Santa is making his rounds in the Metro area. Sunshine returns by morning.

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- As the Christmas Eve rainstorm moves away from the Metro area, winds will occasionally gust over 30 mph Wednesday night into early Thursday. We'll be done with the showers before sunrise on Christmas Morning, but it'll still be breezy until the afternoon. It'll be nice and pleasant on Thursday afternoon, and especially on Friday, with lots of sunshine and high temperatures above average.

Saturday looks dry through the daylight hours, but we're tracking a potential multi-day storm that starts on Sunday.

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TONIGHT:
Cloudy w/Lingering Showers
Breezy & Cooler Late

LOW TEMPS: 45- 50
WINDS: S to W 10 - 20

CHRISTMAS DAY:
Becoming Partly Cloudy,
Breezy & Cooler

HIGH TEMPS: Mid 50s
WINDS: WNW 10 - 20

THURSDAY NIGHT:
Mostly Clear & Cooler

LOW TEMPS:28 - 36
WINDS: NW 5 - 10

FRIDAY:
Mostly Sunny & Nice

HIGH TEMPS: Mid 50s
WINDS: SW 5 - 10

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