Numerous showers have dampened the landscape, but most of the activity will exit the region by tomorrow morning as a cold front presses through from northwest to southeast. Northerly winds will increase late tonight, transporting colder air into the region and pushing overnight lows into the 50s in most areas. Most showers should be gone by sunrise, with broken cloudiness diminishing as the day progresses. We’ll reach highs only in the 70s with increasing sun. Morning lows starting Thursday will likely be in the 40s, and highs below average in the 70s with full sunshine. A second cold front Friday will set us up for the coldest spell of the season, with lows perhaps around 40° on Saturday morning.
Posted at 2:51 PM, Oct 22, 2013
and last updated 2013-10-22 14:51:00-04
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