From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: Dreary and Misty Monday Continues Through This Week

May 6, 2013 - 01:38 PM
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Stuck in a nice pattern of weather for the last five days, stuck in a not so nice pattern of weather this week

This Afternoon: Foggy and light rain/drizzle

Temperatures: Upper 50s - Mid 60s | Wind: E 5- 10 mph

Overnight: Some more scattered showers

Lows: 50s | Wind: E 5-10 mph

Tuesday: Cloudy, cool and showers

Highs: 60s | Wind: E 5 - 15 mph

A cutoff area of low pressure over the Tennessee Valley is just sitting and spinning creating cloud cover and increased rain chances for the Mid-Atlantic.




It will eventually make its move through the Carolinas and up the eastern seaboard to the New England area. It is only moving at a rate of about 9.64 miles an hour so it’s influence with us through most of the week. Highs today only in the upper 50s/ to mid 60s. Some fog and drizzle/light rain can be expected in patches throughout the afternoon with an increased chance of rain through the overnight hours for everybody. The rain will move in the general direction today from southwest to northeast. Highs tomorrow still remain in the lower to mid 60s with a slight breeze coming out of the east. Rain looks to be heaviest in the region Tuesday PM through Thursday mid-morning.




Some thunderstorms also in the mix by the time we head into Wednesday – Friday time frame. A cold front will then move through by the weekend bringing more chances of rain/storms.


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