ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras

Today's Forecast Updated Saturday at 8:45 PM

Winter Storm Watch in effect for parts of the area starting Sunday evening. 

             Mainly clear. Black ice possible.
Lows: 28-35°
Wind: W 5 mph
Increasing clouds. PM Mix Northwest.
Highs: 40-45°
Wind: W 5 mph
Chance of snow. Breezy & cold.
Highs: 30-35°
Wind: NE 10-20 mph

The wet weather has ended and skies will turn partly cloudy tonight. With low temperatures at or below freezing, any wet roadways could become slick. A bit of sun to start the day Sunday with increasing clouds through the day. An Alberta clipper will approach the area late tomorrow evening and will bring our next chance of wintry weather. Snow showers look likely late Sunday evening in northwestern parts of the viewing area where a Winter Storm Watch has been posted. Snow showers will become more widespread overnight Sunday into early Monday. There will likely be closings and delays come Monday morning. Snow totals will be highest NW with upwards of 5" not out of the question. Even the D.C. metro area could see an inch or two of snow.  The low will rapidly intensify offshore Monday creating brisk NE winds. A few lingering snow showers are possible into Tuesday, especially east of D.C. with colder air to stick with us through the rest of the work week. Stay with the StormWatch7 weather team for the latest winter weather updates.

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