Sunset at the reflective pool. (Beau Finley / Flickr) Sunshine was shy today as mid-high and high-level cloud groups roamed the region. Temperatures have reached nearly 40 in the middle of the 40, colder than normal for this time of year. It's a trend that stays with us until tomorrow. Listen to our daily forecasts in D.C .: Apple Podcasts | Amazon Echo | More options until tonight: we should see at least some clouds in the clouds tonight, but there are still a lot and a lot more than the weather models think. In both cases, the basses are installed in most places to the first 20 and 30. See the current weather at the Washington Post. Tomorrow (Friday): The heavens should sometimes try to get sunnier, but we might end up dealing with stubborn clouds again. Temperatures rise to near 40 or at the mid-forties in the area. The winds are from the northwest about 10 mph. See David Streit's predictions throughout the weekend. And if you have not already done so, join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. To learn more about traffic, check out Gridlock. California Rain: A storm system is currently crossing California. This is the fourth major event of recent weeks, after an exceptionally dry fall. At least one person died due to weather conditions and a plane on landing in Burbank also slipped off the runway. Landslides and other problems have also been common. Would you like to receive our 5 o'clock forecast on your inbox? Subscribe here. .