From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: Few strong storms before a brief return to winter

March 12, 2014 - 08:15 AM
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One more warm day before some potentially strong late-down storms drop the mercury!

Today:
Becoming Cloudy & Warm, Aft./Eve. Gusty Showers & Storms, Possibly Severe
Highs: Around 70°
Wind: South 10-20+ mph
Overnight:
T’Showers End, Partial Clearing, Very Gusty & Big Cool-Down
Lows: 20s
Wind: NW 20-30+ Gusting to 50mph
Tomorrow:
Partly Sunny, Gusty & Bitterly Cold
Highs: Low to Mid 30s
Wind Chill: 0s to 10s

WIND ADVISORY metro-wide goes into effect at 6PM this evening until 11AM tomorrow for gusts to near 50mph.

COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY from 11AM to 5PM for Anne Arundel, Calvert & St Mary for tide high tides 1 to 11/2 feet above normal.

Yesterday we hit 72º at Reagan National – the last time that happened was 78 days prior! Becoming cloudy, windy and warm today as temperatures peak near 70º before a potent cold front crosses the area. Expect afternoon showers and possible strong storms with wind gust being the biggest threat.


courtesy Storm Prediction Center

Once the severe threat diminishes the winds will continue to howl as we see a 45°+ temperature drop into the night. Winds could gust to 50mph late night into the early portion of Thursday. Highs will only reach the 30s and with a feels like reading in the single digits in the morning and teens by late-day. Warmer air returns Friday and Saturday with just the slight chance for a sprinkle to start the weekend. Please stay weather aware later today and have a great one!

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