From the ABC 7 Weather team

D.C. Weather Forecast: Storm East but still wet

December 26, 2012 - 11:22 PM
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A record breaker today for rain and high winds coming

Overnight: Rain ending , Becoming windy

Temperatures: Near 50 falling to 34-40 by dawn

| Wind: N-NW 15-25 by dawn

Thursday: Sunny but Windy and Cold

Highs: Near 40 | Wind: NW 25-35 mph

Friday: Sunny, Chilly, Lighter Winds

Highs: 39-44 | Wind: W 10 mph

The massive winter storm brought only 0.2" of snow officially to D.C.  It has been a daily record for rain with  1.4" as of late tonight  It's still snowing across western Maryland with many areas closing in on 12" of snow.  If all the rain had been snow in the D.C. metro area, we would have over 1 foot of snow  on the ground now.


Areas along the New Jersey coast will see winds 40-50 mph tonight and sure not what folks there want after Sandy.  Behind the storm our winds will turn into the north and northwest and be very strong Thursday.  Winds decrease Friday. The next chance for snow lovers comes Saturday.

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