November arrived in late November-like fashion with gray skies and chilly temperatures. We might even squeeze out a few light rain showers this evening. For the most part though, it’s just cloudy and cool and stays that way through a good part of Friday.
Through Tonight: There’s a 20-40 percent chance of evening showers, with the best odds north of the District. Otherwise, it’s mostly cloudy and chilly, with lows from the mid-30s in the cooler suburbs to near 40 downtown. Winds are from the west at 5-10 mph.
Friday: Skies are mostly cloudy and it remains brisk, though a bit warmer than today. Highs reach the mid-50s. We might see a few breaks in the cloud cover, especially in the afternoon. Maybe we reach the upper 50s with enough sun. Winds are from the west at 10-15 mph.
View NOAA’s aerial photos of Hurricane Sandy damage: Via NOAA - “Through NOAA’s National Geodetic Survey website, visitors can view a map of the region and click on an icon to view a thumbnail or high-definition image of a specific area. Images are now available for some of the Northeast’s hardest-hit areas, including Atlantic City, NJ., Seaside Heights, N.J., Ocean City, Md., and parts of Delaware.” Link: Hurricane Sandy imagery