From the ABC 7 Weather team

D.C. Weather Forecast: Saying Goodbye to Sandy

October 30, 2012 - 03:32 PM
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Improving conditions expected over the coming days, but flooding remains a concern.

Tonight: Cloudy & Cold; Few Showers/Drizzle; A Bit Breezy

Lows: 30s to around 40 degrees | Wind: SW 5-15 mph

Wednesday: Mostly Cloudy, Maybe A Few Peaks of Sun in the Afternoon

Highs: Low to mid 50s | Wind: SW 5-15

Thursday: Partly Sunny

Highs: Lower 50s | Wind: W 10-20

Coastal Flood Warning in effect until 2pm Friday afternoon.

Sandy is now a fully post-tropical low pressure system located over southwestern Pennsylvania. They are still gusty winds spreading for hundreds of miles away from the circulation center. Over the next couple of days, this system will turn more northward and, in time, lose any noticeable effects on our weather pattern. High pressure will try to build into the region from the south and west as a large area of low pressure resides along the east coast. The result will be slow but steady improvement of local weather conditions. In fact, we expect partly sunny weather for this upcoming weekend. The next area of low pressure on the horizon will be comparatively weak. More rain could fall later Monday or Tuesday.

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