From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: Cold November Weather In Years

November 21, 2013 - 09:05 PM
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A cold front will pacross the area late tomorrow. By Sunday, the region will experience the coldest air so far this season.

Mostly Cloudy, Cool
Lows: 40s
Wind: S 3-5 m.p.h.
Mostly Cloudy, Showers Late
Highs: Low 60s
Precipitation: 30%
Becoming Partly Sunny, Breezy
Highs: Around 50
Wind: NW 10-20 m.p.h.

As high pressure continues to slowly move south and east of our area, cloudiness has noticeably increased and temperatures have warmed a bit. Skies will remain mostly cloudy tomorrow. Winds will be southwesterly and that will push temperatures to or above the 60 degree mark. By late afternoon, a few showers may cross the area in advance of the next, strong, winter-like cold front. Scattered showers are expected tomorrow night until the front crosses the region.

See NOAA's Winter Weather Outlook

On Saturday, high pressure will quickly rebuild into the area providing partly sunny skies, gusty breezes and slowly falling temperatures. By Sunday, unseasonably cold and windy weather will make it feel like the middle of winter. We are forecasting strong northwesterly wind gusts to 40 mph or higher, especially over higher elevations. High temperatures will be limited to the middle 30s, that is 20 degrees below average! And those strong winds will keep wind chill temperatures pinned in the 20s during the afternoon.

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