Your ABC7 Weather Forecast
Clouds and scattered showers will stay in the forecast overnight as a cold front and weak area of low pressure moves overhead. Lows will range from the middle 30s in our far reaching northern and western suburbs to lower 40s in the District. A few showers may linger into Monday morning, but should not amount to much. Another weak system may bring a mixture of rain and snow showers late Monday and into Tuesday. At this point, it does not appear to have much of an impact on travel. Very little, if any accumulation is expected.
High pressure will build again for the last day of 2014. This means clearing skies and a very chilly, but dry New Year's Eve. Highs Thursday will be in the upper 30s.
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