PM Update: Remaining breezy and brisk
The first work week of November is ending in November-like fashion with considerable cloud cover, a breeze, and cool temps. Afternoon temperatures have probably reached their high point in the mid-50s and now begin their gradual descent. Winds from the west at 10-15, with gusts to 20-25 mph, are adding to the chill but should diminish modestly this evening.
Through Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy skies persist overnight as low pressure aloft works its way into the region. The cloud cover acts as a bit of blanket, preventing a huge drop in temperatures. Nonetheless, it's still pretty cold - especially factoring in the wind - with lows from the mid-30s in the cooler suburbs to around 40 downtown.
Tomorrow (Saturday): It's another day of variable cloud cover. We may start with some sun, but clouds increase during the afternoon. Afternoon highs may be cooler than they've been all autumn long, struggling to reach 50. Winds are from the north at about 10 mph.
"Weather on the Air" book signing : Capital Weather Gang occasional contributor Robert Henson, will be at the Air and Space Museum on Sunday from 1-4 p.m. signing his book "Weather on the Air: A History of Broadcast Meteorology". Read Henson's blog about the book here: The great weathercaster switch of 1980
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