From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Weather Forecast: Damp, mild start with light snow possible tomorrow night

January 14, 2014 - 06:55 AM
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Clouds and light showers will start the day, but we remain ten degrees above average.

Scattered Showers Ending By Aft’n, Few Peeks of PM Sun
Highs: Low to Mid 50s
Wind: SW 3-8
Partly Cloudy, Cool
Lows: 35°-40°
Wind: S 3-5
Limited AM Sun, Cooler, Evening Rain/Snow Showers
Highs: Low to mid 40s
Wind: S 5-10

Clouds and scattered light showers are the order of the first half of the day with the rain ending by afternoon and maybe even some partial clearing late this afternoon. While not quite as warm as yesterday’s 61º, due to the lack of cold air behind the cold front, we anticipate above-average highs Tuesday in the low-mid 50s. By tomorrow, a low-pressure center will approach from the west and bring clouds and some unsettled weather. First, it will draw down colder air and then by evening it could squeeze out a rain and/or snow shower; however, this should not amount to much. Temperatures will remain above freezing until the system fully exits the region. The weather will remain cooler, although seasonable, as we head through the end of the week with highs in the low to mid 40s. Have a great day!

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