From the ABC 7 Weather team

A raw and damp Wednesday for the D.C. region

May 4, 2011 - 08:24 AM
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The rain will gradually come to an end throughout the day today with unseasonably cold conditions locked in place.

Wednesday: Breezy & Cooler; Rain Slowly Ending West To East

Highs: Upper 50s - Low 60s | Wind: NNW 15-20+

Overnight: Clearing Skies; Cold

Lows: Low - Mid 40s | Wind: NW 10-15

Thursday: Mostly Sunny & Breezy

Highs: Upper 60s | Wind: NW 15-20+

A damp and noticeably cooler day ahead on this Wednesday with daytime high temperatures only in the upper 50s to low 60s which is about 20 degrees cooler than just yesterday. Expect areas of rain to continue for several more hours before gradually coming to an end from west to east. A few breaks for a little sunshine will be possible later today as winds remain breezy out of the northwest.

Skies will continue to clear overnight with cold lows in the low to mid 40s by sunrise Thursday. Sunshine will be fairly abundant throughout the day Thursday however with northwesterly winds temperatures will remain below average topping out in the upper 60s.

An area of low pressure will push through our region on Friday producing added cloud cover and also the chance of a passing shower mainly during the afternoon. High pressure moves back into place Saturday with seasonable highs back in the low 70s.

Yet another area of low pressure will swing through on Mother’s Day, Sunday, and could bring with it a couple more showers.

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