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Posted at 3:15 PM ET, 11/ 6/2009

PM Update: Cool and breezy, turning 'freezey'

By Ian Livingston

Mostly sunny weekend with warming temperatures

* Capital Weather Gang 2009-10 Winter Outlook | Photo contest *
* Freeze Warning tonight along & east of I-95 (map) | Weather Wall *

Even with wall-to-wall sunshine today, it has been a rather chilly one. Gusty northwest breezes have brought with them wintry wind chills and an early taste of cold to come. Highs are mainly topping out in the lower 50s across the area -- about 10 degrees below average. Good news is the winds are about to subside, bad news (for greenery lovers) is that the growing season is about to end for many spots east of I-95 that have yet to see a freeze this year.

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Through Tonight: We're looking at a mostly clear and cold night with winds relaxing to light. Most spots should hit the freezing mark or below, with the city center being a possible exception. Lows should mainly range from the upper 20s to the lower 30s with D.C. maybe staying in the mid-30s.

Tomorrow (Saturday): After a frozen start to the day for many, things look quite nice to kick off the weekend. Mostly sunny skies will get a warming trend underway and highs should rise to the upper 50s and near 60. Light winds should be little or no issue. All in all a great Saturday, and if it is not warm enough yet for you, just wait till Sunday!

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By Ian Livingston  | November 6, 2009; 3:15 PM ET
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