At least it's not humid
For those in southern areas who have gardens started, you'll need to cover up tonight. While the wind will continue to be gusty, the temperatures are going to fall. All areas to the shorelines are at risk for a freeze as temperatures could dip below 32°.
The westerly wind continues through the day. With the cold air mass over the region, temperatures will be 10-15° below normal. The best chance for sun will be over southern areas, and as a result, slightly warmer temperatures. Wind chills will range in the upper 20s to low 40s.
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