From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: Mild Day Today but the Chill is Coming

November 22, 2013 - 12:34 PM
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Temperatures moving through the 60s today but we'll barely make it out of the 30s by Sunday

This Afternoon:
Mainly Clouds, Peeks of Sun
Temperatures: 58-68
Wind: SW 5-10 mph
Mild, Breezy
Lows: 39 - 48
Wind: NW-7-14 mph
AM: Light Rain, Warm PM: Clearing, Breezy
Highs: AM: Around 50 PM: Temps Dropping
Wind: NW 10-20

Overcast today with just a few peeks of sunshine. A few pockets of isolated showers or drizzle will be floating around today but temperatures will still manage to make it to 60 and beyond-especially those areas that get some streaks of sunshine. Through the evening hours and overnight hours, a few more showers, scattered in nature may form and roll through the area. The chance of light scattered showers activity sticks through the early morning hours on Saturday.






Winds picking up through the day tomorrow and some partial clearing will take place in the afternoon as temperatures begin to plummet. Overnight lows leading into Sunday will bottom out in the 20s with daytime highs on Sunday barely making it out of the mid-30s despite full sunshine. Wind speeds will continue to increase on Sunday leading to blustery conditions and winds chills right around 20 degrees.


Winds will calm by Sunday evening and by Monday, temperatures rebound to around 40 degrees. Still watching a potential precip maker on Wednesday
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