From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: Continued unsettled with warm air & spotty showers

April 18, 2013 - 10:50 AM
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Grab your umbrella before leaving the house today. An unsettled stretch of weather continues this morning with spotty showers and partial sunshine.

TODAY: Few AM Showers, Partial Sun, Breezy w/ Stray PM Shower
Highs: 72°-78°
Wind: SE 10-15 mph

OVERNIGHT: Mainly Cloudy, Mild
Lows: 58°-64°
Wind: S 8-12 mph

TOMORROW: Clouds, Some Sun & Breezy, Late-Day Strong T-Showers
Highs: 76°-82°
Wind: S 15-20 mph

Expect some spotty showers to start the day as the nearly stationary front overhead begins to move north as a warm front. Partial sunshine is expected with mild and muggy temperatures in the 70s, probably a few degrees less than yesterday. An afternoon shower  cannot be ruled out as well.

Tomorrow will feature similar conditions to start before late-day storms begin to fire. This as a powerful cold front shooting across the Mississippi Valley will approach by afternoon and evening (best chance from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.). Given 60 mph winds not too far off the surface, a few gusty showers and severe storms are possible. It will definitely bring changes to the air with cooler, drier weather on tap this weekend. Have a great day!


Tree pollen skyrocketed at last report -- biggest offenders being Oak and Pine which have exploded on the scene pushing levels to the brink of “Very High”!


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