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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
55
Cloudy
Saturday-
Cloudy
69
51
%
69
51
Cloudy
Rain%
Wind5mph WNW
Humidity58%
UVLow
Sunday-
Clouds Early/Clearing Late
69
45
10%
69
45
Clouds Early/Clearing Late
Rain10%
Wind11mph NW
Humidity53%
UVModerate
Monday-
Partly Cloudy
59
37
10%
59
37
Partly Cloudy
Rain10%
Wind10mph N
Humidity47%
UVModerate
Tuesday-
Mostly Cloudy
53
46
20%
53
46
Mostly Cloudy
Rain20%
Wind9mph SE
Humidity52%
UVModerate
Wednesday-
Mostly Cloudy
67
48
20%
67
48
Mostly Cloudy
Rain20%
Wind7mph WSW
Humidity63%
UVModerate
Thursday-
PM Showers
70
53
50%
70
53
PM Showers
Rain50%
Wind9mph SW
Humidity62%
UVModerate
Friday-
Mostly Cloudy
68
57
20%
68
57
Mostly Cloudy
Rain20%
Wind12mph SSW
Humidity73%
UVLow
RIGHT NOW
Rain20%
Wind1mph NW
Humidity50%
UVLow
Visibility10 miles
55
20%
53
10%
52
0%
52
10%
52
10%
52
10%
54
0%
56
0%
59
0%
61
0%
64
0%
66
0%

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Latest Forecast


From StormWatch7's Josh Knight:

TONIGHT: Cloudy, Spotty Showers
LOWS: 47-52
WINDS: West 5-10 mph

SUNDAY: AM Clouds, PM Sun, Warm Again
HIGHS: 65-72
WINDS: Northwest 5-10 mph

MONDAY: Partly Cloudy, Still Mild
HIGH: 59
WINDS: North 5-10 mph


What a beautiful start to the weekend! Many of us hit 70° Saturday and could do it again Sunday!

As an upper level disturbance moves over head tonight, spotty showers are likely. Fortunately, it will bring cloudy skies as well and this means temperatures stay very mild. Overnight lows will be close to 50°. The chance for rain is best in the higher elevations, but a sprinkle is possible in the Metro area tonight as well, especially around midnight. Sunday morning will start off with lingering cloud cover, but plenty of sunshine returns for the afternoon. This sun and some downsloping flow out of the northwest will help most of the area get back toward 70° again.

Presidents' Day looks dry and relatively mild, but not quite as warm as the weekend. The temperature forecast gets a little tricky Monday because a back door cold front will be slicing the area. Northeast Maryland is expected to be much cooler Monday compared to today, while D.C. on south stays mild. It all depends on where the boundary sets up on who is still warm and who drops about 10 degrees. I expect D.C. to top out just shy of the 60 degree mark.

Our coolest day this week is Tuesday, but in the low 50s, it is still above average.

Another disturbance moves through late Tuesday, which will increase clouds and the chance for rain. Some showers could show up as early as Tuesday evening, but overnight is more likely. A warming trend takes over for the end of the work week, followed by our next rain maker and cold front Friday night into Saturday.

Stay with ABC 7 News, NewsChannel 8 and wjla.com.

SUNRISE
06:55:20 am
SUNSET
05:49:17 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High74
F
Record Low3
F