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Through Tonight: Relatively calm and serene with simply a couple roaming showers occasionally. Skies might even reveal a couple of fractures of stars amidst the cloudiness. Temperature levels hover near 40 degrees to mid-40s in the normally warmer areas.
View the existing weather condition at The Washington Post.
Tomorrow (Monday): We might have some dry minutes with peeks of sunlight throughout the early morning however roaming raindrops are possible. Clouds rapidly return with shower possibilities midday into the afternoon. Showers must begin with a light strength however steadier rain waves are possible by late afternoon. Heats go for a minimum of the mid-40s to possibly around 50 in the mildest areas.
Overnight, the majority of the location turns to consistent rain. It might begin rather light throughout the earliest part of the night however the area must get surpassed by distinctly moderate rain strength previously much, if any, time passes. The most affordable temperature levels around the area bad in the upper 30s to low 40s, avoiding any predawn snowflakes blending in from collecting. Winds from the north and northeast might gust near 25 miles per hour.
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Rain amounts anticipated with our next storm system
Its peripheral rains beginning to get here midday into tomorrow afternoon, our next storm system might be a good rainmaker, offering near or over 1 inch of rain:
The rains might possibly even end with a couple of snowflakes Tuesday early morning. Snowflakes are not likely to build up near the D.C. location however possibly well north or northwest– the Mason-Dixon Line for beginners– we could see a cleaning or more:
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Source: The Washington Post.