From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: The Cold Continues but No More Big Snow in Sight

March 4, 2014 - 12:30 PM
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The chill is in the air and sticking with us for a few days. The weekend will feature ABOVE NORMAL temperatures!

This Afternoon:
Cloudy and Cold
Temperatures: 20s
Wind: Light
Overnight:
Overcast
Lows: Teens/Around 20
Wind: N 3-6 mph
Wednesday:
Still Cloudy
Highs: Mid to Upper 30s
Wind: N @ 5 mph

Finally getting a break from the winter weather but the cold and clouds cover stick around. Daytime highs today are barely getting out of the 20s for most spots around the region. Overnight lows tonight won’t quite be as chilly as last night but will drop into the teens in most locations, around 20 degrees in the D.C. area. By Wednesday, temperatures will step up into the mid to upper 30s but clouds will remain across the region. Thursday temperatures stay right around 40 degrees with a slight chance of some sprinkles or some light snow showers passing through during the evening to overnight hours leading into Friday. Skies will give way to sunshine on Friday with temperatures moving into the mid to upper 40s! By the weekend, above normal temperatures will be on tap, topping out in the mid 50s! Clouds will stick around for the weekend so it will be mild but not the pretties of days. Either way, we will take what we can get at this point!

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