ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras
60° Overcast Feels like: 60°
- High: 63° - Low 45°
- Wind: From NW at 22mph
- Humidity: 75% | UV Index: High
- Dew Point: 52° | Pressure: 29.87 in
Updated 7:35 am May 24, 2013
Gusty winds and below average temperatures to kick off the holiday weekend.
ABC7 Belfort Furniture Weather CenterUpdated 4:36 am
- Gusty and unseasonably cool with a few passing showers
- Temperatures: 58°-66°
- Wind: NW 15-25+ mph
- Saturday and Sunday:
- Mostly sunny, windy and seasonably cool
- Highs: Near 70°
- Wind: NW 15-25+ mph
- Mostly sunny and a bit milder
- Highs: Mid 70s
- Wind: NW 5-10 mph
It's going to be almost 10 degrees cooler at the Delmarva Beaches than it will be in the Washington area.
Forget temperatures in the 80s for a while...unless you are heading to Florida. This weekend historically marks the "unofficial" beginning of the summer season. But the weather pattern will not feel like summer.
Skies will remain rather cloudy today. Gusty northwest winds will keep temperatures in the lower to middle 60s and there could be a few passing showers. Skies will clear tonight and temperatures will fall into the lower 40s.
The holiday weekend will feature lots of sunshine, gusty winds and below average temperatures. Highs will be in the upper 60s to near 70 tomorrow, in the lower 70s on Sunday and finally to a more reasonable 75 degrees on Monday. The 80s will return next Wednesday.
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