PM Update: Mild, mostly cloudy through Tuesday
Cold front to usher in more winter-like chill
After a string of chilly days and a foggy start this morning, today has shaped up fairly pleasant near-average temperatures in the upper 40s and near 50. Plentiful midday sunshine is beginning to dwindle behind some mainly high clouds. Clouds will continue to stream into the area tonight and much of tomorrow as a cold front approaches. The front does appear to pass through dry though, just sending some more below-average temperatures for Wednesday and beyond.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): Tuesday is looking mostly cloudy and mild. A cold front will pass by midday, but not before temperatures rise up into the mid 50s most spots. Clearing should begin late afternoon or early evening, so we could see some breaks before the sun sets. Winds may blow up to around 20 mph behind the front.
| December 14, 2009; 3:15 PM ET
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