PM Update: Staying sunny, inching warmer
After highs stuck at either 63 or 64 the past four days at Reagan National Airport (DCA), we finally broke through resistance and touched 65 (at least) today (5:40 p.m. update: high was 66). Though the afternoon was mild, another chilly evening is in store. So jackets recommended for the commute home...
Through Tonight: It's looking like a repeat of last night when lows ranged from the upper 20s in the colder suburbs to the mid-30s downtown (actual lows were 36 at DCA and 28 at Dulles and BWI). Clear skies and light winds are the rule.
Tomorrow (Saturday): For the fifth straight day, you could say "tomorrow will be like today" and be just about right. Expect sunny mid-60s for highs, but a few upper 60s can't be ruled out. That will feel great for all of your Saturday activities.
Coastal Flood Advisory: The persistent winds from the northeast - though not particularly strong - have been piling up water along the western shores of the Chesapeake Bay. A Coastal Flood Advisory remains in effect through midnight for tides to be about 2 feet above normal.
| November 12, 2010; 5:40 PM ET
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