From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Weather: Winter Temperatures. Lighter Winds

November 25, 2013 - 07:54 AM
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The calm before the storm...literally.

Today:
Partly Sunny and Cold.
Highs: Near 40º
Wind: SW 2-5 mph
Overnight:
Mostly Cloudy, Cold
Lows: Upper 20s to Low 30s
Wind: SW 4-8 mph
Tomorrow:
             AM Wintry Mix to Rain...Rain Heavy Later
Highs: Low to Mid 40s
Wind: SE 5-10 mph

After one of the coldest November days in a long time, we will continue with unseasonably cold weather today under partly sunny skies.A developing winter storm will spread along the Gulf Coast before making a turn up the East Coast. Even though precipitation may begin as a wintry mix tomorrow, this will be a rain event for our area...and maybe an excessive rain event at that. Looking ahead to travel north and south along I-95, except for some brief wintry stuff at the onset, we expect rain to spread northward along I 95 tomorrow afternoon and evening. The rain will be heavy with gusty winds at times. There is the potential for this storm to produce 1 to 2 inches of rain. Some parts of the Carolinas and Georgia may see 4 inches of rain. As the system  moves away during the day on Wednesday, many areas could see the rain change to snow before ending. It will remain breezy and cold. No accumulations are expected from the possible wintry beginning and ending of the nasty, November storm. Sunshine returns for Thanksgiving.

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