PM Update: Climbing Out of Winter's Preview
Nothing scary about Friday's weather
We got a welcome break from the extremely windy conditions of the last few days today as breezes calmed to a more typical level. Add in lots of sunshine, and it is feeling quite a bit warmer today even if temperatures have not risen too high. Readings now in the low 50s will drop through the 40s fairly quickly after the sun sets tonight.
Tonight: We will see clear skies and cold temperatures overnight as winds finally drop off to light levels. Look for readings ranging from the upper 20s in the colder suburbs to the mid 30s in D.C. Winds will be from the west at 5 mph or less.
Halloween: A sun-filled Friday will set the stage for a fantastic evening of trick-or-treating or party going. Highs will hit the mid 60s across the area, and in a second half of October that has generally been much colder than average, a warmer than average day will feel just great. Temperatures should stay in the 50s through much of the evening before creeping into the 40s (outside the city) by 9 p.m. or so. Winds? They will be light and not too much of a nuisance.
See Dan's full forecast through early next week.
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