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Not to sound like Annie or anything, but: The sun will come out. Tomorrow.

Here’s the forecast, according to our favorite weather folks over at Capital Weather Gang:

Strong winds continue for much of the day with gusts past 30 mph at times before diminishing late. Sunshine returns with highs probably near or a smidge above freezing in the low-and-mid 30s.

The forecast for later in the week—partly to mostly sunny Friday, Saturday, and into Sunday with high temperatures in the 30s—comes with two caveats. I hate to even bring this up. But: CWG says we

still have to keep an eye on a coastal storm for early in the weekend. For now it looks like it will stay south and out to sea, but that’s not a done deal yet. And by late Sunday or Monday, an area of snow could be approaching from the west courtesy a clipper system originating in Canada. For now, there’s not much confidence in whether this system will materialize and how strong it would be. We’ll keep you posted.