PM Update: Signs of Fall Return
Partly sunny and pleasantly cool Tuesday
The unbearable heat and humidity of the weekend has been swept away today as warm conditions continue. Highs are reaching the mid 80s in most locations while a gusty wind from the northwest brings drier air into the region. A few puffy cumulus clouds will drift by the remainder of the afternoon before dissipating for a time around sunset.
Tonight: Tonight will be variably cloudy, and perhaps mostly cloudy for a time. We'll see low temperatures drop much further than last night as readings fall to near 60 in the city and into the mid 50s in the suburbs. Light winds from the north will continue overnight.
Tomorrow: Tuesday looks to be partly sunny and quite pleasant, if not a little cooler than normal. Highs should reach the mid 70s across the entire region while a light north wind continues.
Tropics: For the first time since August 15, there are no active tropical systems today. Rescues, cleanup, and assessment for Ike continue throughout the Gulf coast and as far away as the Midwest and Ohio Valley, where gusts over hurricane force moved through yesterday.
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