We'll remain quite chilly in the near term. Save for lingering rain showers through mid-morning, today will be much drier. Also, expect gradual clearing this afternoon, but it will still be brisk and cool with northerly winds keeping highs in the 40s. As high pressure starts to build into the region, skies will continue clearing tonight but the north breezes will persist as well. Expect a cold night. For the last night in the foreseeable future, we'll drop below freezing on the thermometers. Thursday will remain below average, but middle 50s and sunny skies will make it feel much better than the last few days.
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