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D.C. weather forecast: Cold overnight, sunny President's Day

February 17, 2013 - 11:00 PM
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High pressure will bring clear skies and cold temperatures overnight. Clouds increase late Monday as a cold front approaches on Tuesday.

Overnight: Mainly Clear and Cold

Lows: 15°-22° | Wind: Northwest 10-20 mph

President's Day: Mostly Sunny and Cool

Highs: 40°-45° | Wind: Southwest 8-12 mph

Tuesday: Periods of Rain, Breezy

Highs: 48°-53° | Wind: South 15-25 mph

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Skies will clear during the overnight hours as high pressure briefly builds across the mid-Atlantic. Temperatures will tumble into the teens and lower 20s by early morning.

Sunshine and diminishing winds will make Monday feel much warmer, although highs will be just near average in the lower to middle 40s. Clouds will increase late Monday evening ahead of a cold front that will bring periods of rain on Tuesday. Wind gusts exceeding 25 miles per hour will allow temperatures to surge to the lower 50s followed by a shot of colder air on Wednesday.

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