PM Update: Thickening Clouds; A Shower or Two?
Variably cloudy and warmer Thursday
Morning cloudiness briefly broke across the area early this afternoon, but more clouds are now arriving from the west and southwest. Temperatures largely in the upper 60s will remain fairly constant prior to sunset. It should be dry through late evening before a risk of some very light precipitation arrives.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy conditions will rule the night, and there will be a risk of light passing showers. Compared to the last few chilly nights, look for more uniform (and warmer) low temperatures in the mid 50s. Light winds from the south continue overnight.
Tomorrow: Thursday will start off mostly cloudy with a continued slight chance of showers early. During the remainder of the day, some breaks in the clouds are expected as highs rise into the mid 70s. A light wind will blow from the west during the day.
See Dan's full forecast through Columbus Day.
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