Your ABC7 Weather Forecast

Gradual Clearing, Breezy
Lows: 30s
Wind: West 4-8 mph
Mostly Sunny, Breezy and Mild
Highs: near 55°
Wind: Northwest 15-25 mph
Increasing Clouds
Highs: near 45°
Wind: Northwest 10-15 mph


On Twitter? Follow me @SteveRudinABC7 and on Facebook by clicking here.

Skies will gradually clear overnight as an area of high pressure begins to build across the mid-Atlantic. Low temperatures will be in the 30s. Sunshine returns Wednesday with highs approaching the middle 50s.With high pressure overhead, the weather will remain dry through Friday.

This weekend, our region will be affected by an area of low pressure moving northward just off the Atlantic coastline. While this is a track that could produce significant snowfall, not enough cold air available to make this a snowstorm in our area. Instead, we are forecasting a cold rain. Areas north and west of the metro may be cold enough to see a wintry mix of snow, rain and sleet. Since we are still early in the week, newer computer forecasts will help to refine what may or may not fall from the sky this weekend.

For the latest weather headlines, stay with ABC 7 News and


last updated:


  • Wrong students get school acceptances

    Johns Hopkins University mistakenly sent nearly 300 applicants welcome messages when they were actually rejected or deferred.

  • US probe links NKorea to Sony hacking

    A U.S. official says federal investigators have now connected the Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. hacking to North Korea. Washington got bested before the game even began.

  • Alcatraz prisoners could have survived

    Scientists say the men who escaped Alcatraz in one of the most famous and elaborate prison breaks in U.S. history could have made it to land.

  • Obama: I've been mistaken for a valet

    He may be president now, but Barack Obama says he's a black man who has been mistaken for the valet and has had trouble hailing a cab.

  • Bank robbers on the loose in area

    The FBI is looking for two bank robbers in the D.C. area: One has held up banks in Va.; the other is known as a sharp dresser.