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Posted at 6:45 PM ET, 11/ 1/2010

ElectionCast: Frosty start, then sun-filled skies

By Jason Samenow

* Campaign 2010: Full Coverage | CWG's Full Forecast *
* From the CWG Archive: Weathering the Election *

D.C. Metro Region Midterm Elections, November 2, 2010
30-37F 50-54F Mostly sunny 0%
If you're off to the polls early, you may need an ice-scraper and a little extra time to clean off your windows. But after about 8 a.m or 9 a.m., the sun goes to work and temperatures steadily progress well into the 40s by around lunch time. The most pleasant time to vote will be in the afternoon, when highs reach the low 50s under mostly clear skies. All-in-all, it's quite a chilly election day with high temperatures about 8-10 degrees below average. Confidence: High

By Jason Samenow  | November 1, 2010; 6:45 PM ET
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