FREEZE WATCH for Frederick County Maryland and areas west of the Blue Ridge Mountains for Thursday night in to Friday morning.
Mainly Clear | Chilly
Winds: Northwest 10-15 | Gusts 30 mph
Sunny | Cool
Winds: Northwest 5-15, Gusts 25 mph
Increasing Clouds | Not as Chilly
Winds: Southwest 5-10 mph
Our mild but windy evening will change to a much colder night. A cold front will push through bringing much cooler air, but skies will stay clear which will really help to drop temperatures. Winds will still be gusty overnight with some as strong as 30 mph Lows will fall into the upper 30s in the suburbs and middle 40s downtown. Tomorrow will be breezy, sunny and cool for this time of year with afternoon temperatures in the 50s.
Thursday night will be the coldest night of the season with a Freeze Watch already in affect for areas west of D.C and a frost advisory could be issued farther east. Wake up temperatures Friday will be slightly above freezing in the 'burbs and around 40 degrees downtown. After a cold start, highs will climb back into the low 60s.
The weekend will start off cloudy with a few showers Saturday, especially through the morning hours. Highs will reach the mid 60s. Sunday will be sunny and noticeably cooler with highs in the mid 50s. It will also be breezy, so dress warm if you're headed to the Redskins vs. Cowboys game Sunday.
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