PM Update: Temperatures Slow to Rebound
Yesterday's chilly maritime flow (from the east) has yet to evolve to a more tropical flow (from the south) so temperatures have struggled to highs near 70 under mostly cloudy skies. The sun and warm air aren't too far away with parting of the clouds and low 80s as close by as Richmond. Temperatures should hold fairly steady through the evening commute with some peeks of sun.
Through Tonight: Skies remain partly to mostly cloudy and a stray shower could pop up (20% chance), mainly before 10 p.m., but most of the area will remain dry. Temperatures won't fall very far, so it will be quite mild overnight, with lows in the mid-60s and areas of mist and fog.
Tomorrow (Thursday): That breeze from the south/southeast will finally kick in (we mean it this time) pumping up warm air, boosting highs back to near 80 despite partly to mostly cloudy skies. Late in the afternoon, a cold front moves towards the region, likely setting off showers and thunderstorms -- a few of which could be on the strong side.
See Dan Stillman's full forecast through the weekend.
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