PM Update: Mostly Clear and Quite Chilly
One more day of sun Tuesday
Plenty of sunshine today has done little to warm the area as temperatures remain quite cool this afternoon. Highs that have reached the low 50s are running about 5 to 8 degrees below average (now 59 at both National and Dulles), and a sometimes gusty wind from the north has added an extra chill to the air. Expect chilly and breezy conditions to last through the afternoon and into the evening.
Tonight: Along with clear skies, look for cold readings overnight. Lows should drop to the upper 20s in the typically cooler suburbs and into the mid 30s for D.C. The winds of today will slacken overnight, becoming light from the northwest.
Veterans Day: Tuesday will be fairly similar to today, but with noticeably less wind and perhaps a degree or two warmer in the afternoon. Look for highs to reach the low 50s just about everywhere while mostly clear skies give way to increasing cloudiness by evening. Winds will continue to be light from the northwest.
See Jason's full forecast through the weekend.
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