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Today's Forecast Updated Tuesday at 7:00 PM
Old Man Winter ready to return with a blast of cold air and the potential for accumulating snow.
- Patchy Light Rain and Fog
- Lows: 30s and rising
- Wind: Southwest 4-8 mph
- Areas of Rain
- Highs: near 50°
- Wind: Southwest 3-8 mph
- Highs: upper 20s
WINTER STORM WATCH WEDNESDAY EVENING UNTIL THURSDAY EVENING FOR ENTIRE ABC 7 NEWS VIEWING AREA. CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST COUNTIES COVERED.
A warm front will lift across the region overnight allowing for temperatures to increase. Look for areas of patchy light rain and fog. Bigger changes are on the way Wednesday as a powerful cold front and associated area of low pressure moves our way. Highs will reach around 50 degrees and rain will develop during the late morning and early afternoon hours. Pockets of heavy rain are likely, especially during the evening.
As the cold front advances across the mid-Atlantic, rain will transition to snow. This is likely to occur around midnight and into the early morning hours of Thursday. Depending on timing, heavy snow will accumulate causing significant delays and cancellations for the early morning rush. Exact snow totals are highly dependent on timing and temperature. As more data arrives, the Storm Watch 7 Forecast Team will keep you updated.
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