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StormWatch 7 HD Maps: Watches & Warnings
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Today's Forecast Updated Tuesday at 9:30 PM
Grab your umbrella and jacket - you will need it Wednesday. Showers and gusty winds will make it feel like late November!
- Cloudy, Periods of Rain
- Lows: 45°-52°
- Wind: Northwest 8-12 mph
- Mostly Cloudy, Showers ... Breezy
- Highs: upper 50s
- Wind: North 10-20 mph +
- Gradual Clearing, Breezy
- Highs: near 60°
- Wind: Northwest 15-20 mph +
Showers and periods of rain will move across the mid-Atlantic overnight as temperatures fall to middle 40s and lower 50s. Showers and mostly cloudy skies return Wednesday with highs only in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. Gusty northerly winds at around 20 miles per hour will add an extra chill.
Look for gradual clearing Thursday and highs near 60 degrees. Friday will be a beautiful and a great indicator of what is on the way for the upcoming weekend.
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