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Posted at 3:15 PM ET, 10/29/2009

PM Update: Clouds continue to enjoy stay

By Ian Livingston

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Clouds have dominated the day with just a few peeks of sun. With an east wind pumping cool and moist air off the ocean, temperature ranges today have been pretty minimal with most places rising only a few degrees off morning lows to afternoon highs around 60 or into the low 60s. A similar pattern continues through tomorrow, followed by a shot at some some showers on Halloween.

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Through Tonight: Any breaks in the clouds should fill back in as we head into the night. A continued moist flow off the ocean will keep temperatures from falling too far, probably only between 50 and the mid-50s for lows. Some drizzle may be around by morning.

Tomorrow (Friday): We could see a little morning drizzle to end the work week, but that should wane prior to midday and may not be widespread. Otherwise, we stay locked in with clouds and a moist east wind shifting to southerly. Highs probably won't get much above the low 60s area-wide.

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By Ian Livingston  | October 29, 2009; 3:15 PM ET
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