Beautiful weather day across Hampton Roads today, sunshine, a breeze and chilly temperatures once again coming in below average in the lower 50s.
As winds diminish tonight we can expect temperatures to get very cold. The combination of light winds and clear skies will promote an exceptional setup for radiational cooling when the heat of the day is allowed to escape back out into space and not trapped by clouds or mixed by winds.
Overnight lows will drop into the lower 30s at the coast to middle and upper 20s inland.
Some very early morning sunshine expected tomorrow leading to increasing clouds, the breeze will once again kick in during the afternoon, this time out of the southwest ahead of an incoming cold front. Clouds will thicken into the afternoon and evening and the front itself may produce an isolated shower, best chance will be after dark though.
Skies clear out Saturday morning, winds shift and it will be the coldest day of the week, highs in the middle to upper 40s.
Temperatures only go up from there. By Sunday we are back to around average in the middle to upper 50s with increasing clouds ahead of our next weather maker. This next system will track to our west, northwest meaning we are once again stuck in the warm sector. Highs Monday and Tuesday will climb into the upper 60s and lower 70s along with considerable chances at rain.
We are in a period of seeing the earliest sunsets of the year, the sun goes down at 4:48pm and will continue setting at that time until December 11th.
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