PM Update: Gray Skies to Turn Clear; Cold Night
Sunny Wednesday with near-average temperatures
After some morning sun, cloudiness associated with an upper-level disturbance moving by helped cap temperatures in the mid 40s -- many locations have since fallen a few degrees this afternoon. Winds that have been on the decrease since yesterday will continue to become less of an issue as we head into evening, and today's gray skies will begin clearing after sunset as well.
Tonight: After some evening cloudiness, skies will trend mostly clear overnight. Light winds and mostly clear skies will allow temperatures to fall off nicely, reaching lows in the mid 20s in the suburbs to around 30 in urban areas.
Tomorrow: Wednesday should be the pick of the week if you like lots of sunshine and somewhat moderated temperatures. With high pressure in control we'll see light winds from the south and temperatures rising to near 50 in most locations.
See Matt's full forecast through the weekend.
Posted by: Mr_Q | December 3, 2008 12:59 AM | Report abuse
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