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Weekend outlook

Jason Samenow @ 1:52 AM

The storm that is giving us rain today will finally pull away tonight -- leaving low clouds in its wake through Saturday morning. By Saturday afternoon, the sun should break out but it will be breezy and cool -- with highs in the upper 40s. Sunday should be the better of the two days. After a frosty start, it will be mostly sunny with temperatures reaching the low to mid 50s.

Outdoor events are beginning to be few and far between this time of year. Once the snow starts arriving, we'll give you some ski forecasts in the weekend outlook. In the meantime, there are still football games to forecast for. And we've got two good ones this weekend:

On Saturday, Virginia faces the Miami Hurricanes at 3:30pm in Charlottesville. It will be brisk with temperatures falling through the 40s during the game, with a north wind at about 10-15 mph, subsiding somewhat in the second half. Score prediction: UVA 27, Miami 13

On Sunday, the Redskins take on the Cincinatti Bengals at 4pm at FedEx field. Winds should be calm, but temperatures will be chilly -- starting off at about 47 at kickoff and falling to near 40 by the game's conclusion. Score prediction: Redskins 17, Bengals 9.

Season prediction record: 17-5

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