From the ABC 7 Weather team

D.C. weather forecast: Sandy remains strong, moving northward for now

October 27, 2012 - 10:45 PM
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Hurricane Sandy is on the move and will have a significant impact across the mid-Atlantic starting Sunday afternoon.

Nags Head, NC Saturday. (AP Photo)

Overnight: Mostly Cloudy, Showers

Lows: 48°-55° | Wind: Northeast 10-20 mph

Sunday: Increasing Rain and Wind

Highs: near 60° | Wind: North 20-30 mph

Monday: Heavy Rain, Strong Winds

Highs: near 50° | Wind: North 35-45 mph, higher gusts

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Mostly cloudy skies and showers are expected overnight as temperatures fall into the upper 40s to middle 50s.

On Sunday, Sandy will interact with a strong upper level wave moving in from the west. The system will intensify and is likely to make landfall somewhere along the Delmarva coast north to the New Jersey coast. It is likely that the storm will pass north of the D.C. area,  however some uncertainty remains. A HIGH WIND WATCH has been issued from late Sunday night through Tuesday for the D.C. area along with a FLOOD WATCH

The slow moving system will move away from the mid-Atlantic by Wednesday with clearing conditions toward the end of the week.

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