PM Update: Pleasantly Cool Conditions Persist
Thursday promises more nice weather
This morning's low temperature of 61 degrees at National Airport was the lowest since June 20 and a sign of things to come as we drift ever closer to the cold season. Since this morning, clouds have nicely burned off across most of the area leading to partly or mostly sunny skies this afternoon. Temperatures now in the mid and upper 70s will begin dropping again over the next few hours.
Tonight: Skies stay mostly clear overnight and temperatures drop lower than last night, likely to their lowest readings in several months for many locations. Expect lows to hit the lower 50s (maybe even an isolated upper 40s) in the suburbs and upper 50s in the city.
Tomorrow: Thursday will be mostly sunny and quite beautiful. Expect a north breeze to kick up a bit more than today while temperatures again rise into the mid and upper 70s across the area.
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