Your ABC7 Weather Forecast
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.
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