Ryan Miller ABC7 Meteorologist
Meteorologist Ryan Miller has been a part of the ABC-7 forecast team for over 7 years and forecasts the weather for TBD-TV / ABC-7, and for WTOP Radio. On occasion he can also be seen on Doug Hill’s Weather Now.
Coupled with his forecasting and broadcasting duties, Ryan currently teaches in the Arlington Public School System, providing instruction in courses related to high-school and college level Earth and Environmental Science, Physics, Astronomy, and GIS Mapping.
His love of all things meteorology began at a very early age growing up in Northeastern Ohio; he began his broadcast meteorology career as a weather producer for ABC-7/News Channel 8. When he is not teaching he can usually be found forecasting and broadcasting the weather; if he is doing neither he’s probably up at a Penn State Football game.
Ryan has a B.S. from Penn State University, a M.A. from Virginia Tech, and an Ed.S. from George Washington University. He has also taken graduate level meteorology courses through the USDA Graduate School broadcast meteorology program and is a member of the American Meteorological Society.
A cold front will deliver noticably colder air tonight, mild conditions will develop again later today before the front arrives.
Our low humidity values continue as we start our day and week, but...
The searing heat and humidity are taking leave of the nation's capital, but a string of afternoon and evening storms may be left in its wake on Friday night. A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for the entire D.C. area.
The last time we had lows in the 20s inside the Beltway was over 20 days ago, look for temperatures tomorrow morning to be in the 20s in many locations.
A weather front will bring chances of precipitation for the mid-week, milder air also returns.