ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras
Today's Forecast Updated Friday at 4:41 AM
Winds will still be an issue today but not quite as gusty. Weekend looks fantastic.
- This Morning:
- Winds Picking Up—Sunny
- Temperatures: 50s
- Wind: Increasing NW 10-15 mph
- This Afternoon:
- Sunshine but Breezy
- Temperatures: Near 70
- Wind: NW 10-15 mph, Isolated Gusts
- Clear and Cool
- Temperatures: 60s
- Wind: NW 5-10 mph
Another breezy day out there today—but not quite as windy! Plenty of sunshine to end out this work week as temperatures rise to near 70 degrees today. It will still be a breezy day but not quite as gusty as Thursday. As we head into the weekend, the weather is looking fantastic. Winds will die down tomorrow making for a wonderful Saturday. Temperatures should rise to around 70 degrees tomorrow. A few clouds will fill in overnight as a dry cold front crosses the region, but we will clear out quickly on Sunday, leading to more sunshine. However, as high pressure builds in for Sunday and the cold front exits, winds will pick back up on Sunday morning for the Marine Corps Marathon, gusting to 25 mph. Temperatures on Sunday should still make it to near 70 degrees with sunshine.
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