From StormWatch7's Eileen Whelan:
Partly to mostly cloudy. Mild.
Winds: NW to SE 5 mph
Partly becoming mostly cloudy.
Winds: SE 5 to calm
Cloudy with showers. Best chance of rain 9am to 3pm. Patchy fog/low clouds.
Winds: S 5 to calm
The string of above average temperatures for the middle of January continues. High temperatures won't be quite as warm as yesterday, but we'll still reach the mid 50s. Temperatures remain about 10-15 degrees above average for this time of year. Clouds increase tonight ahead of our next weather system that brings the risk of rain for the Inauguration Friday.
Fortunately, we aren't forecasting a washout for Friday. In fact, we are just expecting light showers. Timing won't be ideal with the bulk of the wet weather arriving from mid morning through early afternoon. It will be dry by the evening with high temperatures near 50. Remember to download our StormWatch7 app, so you can track rain while you're on the go.
We'll catch a break from the wet weather Saturday with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 50s. Showers will start off the day Sunday with heavy rain expected by the evening. Periods of rain will continue through Monday with gusty winds. By late Monday, we'll pick up between 1.5-2" of rain.
Drier weather arrives Tuesday through the end of the week. Temperatures will go from the upper 50s to upper 40s by week's end.
Stay with ABC7 News and wjla.com. Don't forget to download our StormWatch7 app to track the rain and stay up to date on the latest watches & warnings.
Today's Record Temperatures