Lingering moisture is keeping pockets of cloudiness in place across the eastern half of the region, while additional sunshine has occurred to the west as the drier continental air mass filters into the area, setting us up for a stretch of dry, classic fall weather. High pressure to the north with work with a low-pressure system off the Carolinas coast to force more dry and stable air southward, while leftover moisture from the Atlantic can cause scattered clouds at times. Rain chances are near zero, except for near the east coast. Lows tonight will be in the lower 60s away from the coast, and highs Wednesday will rise to near seasonable levels in the low and middle 80s.
Posted at 2:51 PM, Oct 08, 2013
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