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Posted at 04:01 PM ET, 11/03/2011

PM Update: Clouds increase tonight, fade Friday

November is on a roll. For the third straight day sun outdid the clouds and we climbed to 60 or better. A weather system passing by to the south increases clouds tonight into Friday morning, but the sun should make a brilliant return to close out the work week.

Through Tonight: High clouds increase this evening and then lower and thicken after around 10 p.m. It’s overcast during the pre-dawn hours when few will notice. Shower activity largely remains south of Fredericksburg and more likely Richmond. The clouds hold up overnight lows, which range from the mid-40s downtown to near 40 in the colder suburbs.

Friday: Clouds gradually decrease during the morning with sunshine becoming more dominant by afternoon. It will be a bit breezy, with winds from the north at 10 to 20 mph. High temperatures range from 55-60.

See David Streit’s forecast through early next week. And if you haven’t already, join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Winter outlook: Fortunately, it’s been a relatively quiet day for weather news - which made it a perfect day for releasing the winter outlook. In case you missed the outlook or related stories, here they all are:

* Winter outlook
* Winter outlook live chat transcript (good stuff here, check it out)
* Readers react to outlook, predict a lot of snow
* Point/counterpoint: The pro-snow and anti-snow sides face off
* Enter our winter snow prediction contest

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