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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, October 3, 2022 at 6:50PM
Clearing Skies; Cool
Skies are clearing overnight after a long stent of cloudy skies. Temperatures will remain cooler than normal but much more pleasant than in recent days. Over the course of the workweek, the moderating temperature trend will continue for afternoon highs, although nighttimes will be clear & crisp. A cooler, but dry air mass arrives for the upcoming weekend.
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Hi: 72 Lo: 45
Partly cloudy, becoming clear late; Light NNE wind becoming calm
Hi: 72 Lo: 43
Abundant sunshine; Pleasant; Light NW wind
Hi: 75 Lo: 46
Sunny; Beautiful; Light NW wind
Hi: 78 Lo: 49
Bright sunshine; Gorgeous
Hi: 79 Lo: 47
Generally sunny; A notch cooler Friday night
Saturday - Sunny; Cooler than normal; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 30s
Sunday - Early frost patches possible; Sunny, cool; High in the upper 60s; Low in the lower 40s
A sluggish upper level low that is spinning along the Mid-Atlantic coast is partially composed of the remnants of Ian. It will be around another day or two before finally getting kicked out to sea by Wednesday.
As this system releases us from its grip, expect increasing sunshine and warming daytime temperatures through Friday. It will be nice to see some sunshine again.
Low temperatures at night will be cooler, due to our newfound clearing and the resulting radiational cooling after sunset.
A dry cold front will pass through here on Friday. It will bring a cooler air mass for the weekend, with some frost potential for Sunday and next Monday mornings in some of the favored valleys.
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