From the ABC 7 Weather team

A chilly pattern for the D.C. region

December 8, 2011 - 06:15 PM
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No Storms but Some Chilly Days Ahead

Tonight: Mostly Clear and Cold

Lows: 27-33 | Wind: NW 5-10

Friday: Mostly Sunny, Cold Start, Seasonable Afternoon

Highs: 47-52 | Wind: Light

Saturday: Sunny and Cold

Temperatures: 20s early to mid 40s Afternoon | Wind: NW 10 mph

Yesterday's rainfall of 3.1" was not only a record for the day but the wettest December day in Washington weather records. A much drier pattern is upon us but with generally clear skies, nights will be cold and days a bit chillier than average. First freeze still hasn't come to D.C. but by Saturday morning for the first time temperatures will drop in the 20s. I'll show our great sunset in time lapse and views of the snow across the Blue Ridge tonight at 11.

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