From the ABC 7 Weather team

D.C. Weather Forecast: Big Storm Still Likely

March 5, 2013 - 12:24 AM
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Storm comes as rain ends as snow

Overnight: Clear Early, Increasing Clouds Late

Lows: 26-32 | Wind: Light

Tuesday: Increasing Clouds, Rain Developing Evening Rush

Highs: 42-47 | Wind: SE 5-10

Wednesday: Snow, Heavy Midday, Tapering off Late

Temperatures: 31-36 | Snow: 3"-8" Metro area

A late look/update is for the snow coming in later and Wednesday starting with rain before the storm ends as snow.

A delightful day but everything still points to a big winter storm in the Washington area Tuesday night into Wednesday evening.  I've put this timeline together of what, where and when.  The storm still is looking like a big snow producer west of D.C. and a heavy wet snow by Wednesday afternoon in D.C. that could lead to tree damage and power outages.  Also winds will be increasing Wednesday for a wintry wild day.  Quiet weather and sun back Thursday.  Our latest map of snow odds 


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