ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras
26° Mostly Cloudy Feels like: 26°
- High: 32° - Low 32°
- Wind: From North at 0mph
- Humidity: 53% | UV Index: Low
- Dew Point: 11° | Pressure: 30.73 in
Updated 11:30 pm February 28, 2015
As we move into the second half of the weekend, unsettled weather will overspread the mid-Atlantic.
ABC7 Belfort Furniture Weather CenterUpdated 11:07 pm
- Mostly Cloudy
- Lows: 18-25
- Wind: Light
- Sunday Morning:
- Snow changing to Wintry Mix
- Temps: 20s
- Sunday Afternoon:
- Wintry Mix to Freezing Rain and Rain
- Highs: lower 30s
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR ENTIRE ABC 7 NEWS VIEWING AREA STARTS SUNDAY MORNING. FOR THE LATEST COUNTIES INCLUDED, CLICK HERE.
Although it will stay dry overnight, temperatures will remain cold with lows falling to the upper teens and lower 20s. The tricky part of the forecast is Sunday.
A late winter weather maker is set to approach the mid-Atlantic during the morning hours. Temperatures will be cold enough at the onset to bring minor snow accumulations around the Beltway, with higher amounts along the Mason-Dixon Line. Warmer air will ride above the cold surface air midday allowing for a transition to sleet and freezing rain. Timing and temperatures will play an important role with transition. Untreated roadways and sidewalks along with overpasses will likely become slick. If traveling, extra time should be allowed. As warmer air mixes to lower levels, Storm Watch 7 Forecast Team looks for a transition to rain. Monday afternoon will be dry with highs in the lower to middle 40s.
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