From the ABC 7 Weather team

Winds calm across DC but temperatures remain cold.

January 14, 2011 - 04:25 AM
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FROM ABC7'S BRIAN van de GRAAFF  FACEBOOK  |  TWITTER

TODAY: Flurries/Quick Hit of Snow Esp. NW, Otherwise Partial Sun, Cold
HIGHS: Low to Mid 30s
WIND: West 5-10 MPH

TONIGHT: Increasing Clouds, Cold
LOWS: 20s
WIND: Light and Variable

TOMORROW: Mostly Cloudy, Not As Cold, PM Flurries
HIGHS: Near 40
WIND: South 5-10 mph

A minor impulse passes north of the area this morning giving a few places a couple of flurries or even a light dusting of snow, especially NW. Otherwise, partial sunshine is expected with noticeably less wind and highs in the low to mid 30s. Tomorrow brings mostly cloudy skies and the threat of a few late-day flurries. Temperatures will moderate though, to near seasonable levels, around 40.

Sunday appears partly cloudy and pleasant before a cold front passes late. This ensures added clouds for the Dr. Martin Luther King holiday. A low pressure system may move up the east coast by the evening and there could be enough cold air in place initially for a wintry mix to start night. Enough mild air should sneak in for a changeover to plain old rain on Tuesday as temperatures climb into the mid and upper 40s. Have a great day.

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