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Posted at 3:30 PM ET, 11/ 1/2010

PM Update: Frost advisory D.C., east and south

By Ian Livingston

Freeze warning for suburbs north and west of D.C.

* Frost Advisory D.C., E & S suburbs 3 a.m. to 9 a.m. (map) *
* Freeze Warning N & W suburbs 3 a.m. to 9 a.m. *
* Why was last year so snowy? | Southeast rainfall more variable *
* Tropical storm Tomas a goner? | Hurricane Tracking Center *
* Outside now? Radar, temps, clouds & more: Weather Wall *

Despite plenty of sunshine, temperatures have only risen into the low-and-mid 50s this afternoon and a sometimes gusty north wind is adding an extra chill. As Jason alluded to this morning, it's feeling like the extended warm season of 2010 is finally coming to a close. Sure, we could see a mild day or two in the future, but days like this and nights like the one ahead are a good reminder winter is around the corner.

Temperatures: Latest D.C. area temperature map powered by iMapWeather (base map by Google). Click and hold on map to pan. Double-click to zoom. Refresh page to update. See larger map on our Weather Wall.

Through Tonight: Mostly clear and cold. We've seen a lot of wind lately, but tonight will feature calmer conditions which will help radiate out any warmth on the ground and put an end to the growing season for some. Lows reach mainly the upper 20s and lower 30s across the north and west sections, with urban centers and places further southeast falling to the low-and-mid 30s.

Election Day (Tuesday): Another brilliantly sunny day is ahead, and if you don't mind cool temperatures it shouldn't feel too bad when you head to the polls. Highs near 50 and into the lower 50s should do it. Some light breezes will be possible, but it should be more of a break from recent gusts.

See Jason Samenow's forecast through the week. And if you haven't already, join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Election weather: It's election time, and weather can play a role as CWG's Steve Tracton examined last go around in 2008. But what about this year's weather across the country? Who looks to face the most influence from rain (or snow?) tomorrow? Cliff Mass explores those issues and looks at some of the general wisdom surrounding weather and voting.

By Ian Livingston  | November 1, 2010; 3:30 PM ET
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Comments

though it's not 27' long,
it's still quite somethin'.
and it's not made of snow,
it's just a pumpkin'

http://www.flickr.com/photos/58171957@N00/

Posted by: walter-in-fallschurch | November 1, 2010 4:03 PM | Report abuse

It's the end of an exceptionally long, dry & hot garden season.
RIP Thai basil & sungold tomotoes.

Posted by: FIREDRAGON47 | November 1, 2010 4:12 PM | Report abuse

I love this weather. HIKE! My hiking season was cut short last winter by all the snow cover. When the trails weren't under several inches (or feet) of snow, they were several inches deep in mud. Not sure which is worse... So I can't wait to get going this season.

Posted by: tinkerbelle | November 1, 2010 4:52 PM | Report abuse

@Walter....
Pumpkins are nice on Flickr,
Snow sharks are even slicker.
Hoping the winter brings tons of snow,
And you add a whale to your online show.

Posted by: JerryFloyd1 | November 1, 2010 6:08 PM | Report abuse

Who here has yet to turn on their heat? Probably urbanites-only, right? (I'm betting all of us will have to cave-in to heating tonight)

Posted by: Camden-CapitalWeatherGang | November 1, 2010 7:54 PM | Report abuse

So far I've just been using a couple of space heaters. The furnace will probably have to go on soon though.

Posted by: mhardy1 | November 1, 2010 11:52 PM | Report abuse

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