For our morning links, while you slept, showered, shaved, and got your Starbucks, we scanned the local papers, blogs, and websites to find the most interesting stories in them you might have missed.
- After one of the coldest mornings of the fall thus far, today turns out quite pleasant in the end. A meandering midweek low promises more of those gray skies we’ve been so accustomed to lately. (CWG)
- Fewer hours of daylight and dry, cool air is the perfect recipe for frost. When is Washington most likely to see temperatures dip far enough to end the growing season? (WJLA)
- Security systems at local Alexandria public schools are about to get beefed up. (Alexandria Times)
- Recent announced budget cuts for the Commonwealth of Virginia will not stop the Artlington Streetcar project (WaPo)
- Will next summer’s World Police & Fire Games be a prelude to a possible Olympic bid in 2024? (WTOP)
- Jay Leno was honored with a top prize for humor in Washington, DC (WJLA)
- A full-scale terrorism exercise ends today in D.C. (DCist)