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Washington, D.C. weather forecast: Wintry mix likely Monday night, temps near 60° later this week

February 16, 2014 - 08:35 PM
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Another round of wintry weather is on the way, but a major temperature shift by the end of the week should make it feel much better around here.

Overnight:
Mainly Clear and Cold
Lows: 24°-29°
Wind: Northwest 5-10 mph
Presidents' Day:
Morning Sun, Increasing PM Clouds
Highs: 33°-38°
Wind: Northeast 5-10 mph
Tuesday:
AM Wintry Mix, Rapid Clearing
Highs: near 50°
Wind: Southwest 5-10 mph

 

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Look for gradual clearing overnight at temperatures settle to into the 20s. Get your sunglasses ready for the Monday morning rush (if  you don't have Presidents' Day off), however no need to drag them along with you all day as clouds will increase ahead of our next minor weather maker.

With plenty of cold air in place, light snow will develop late Monday evening before changing to a wintry mix early Tuesday. The latest forecast models have this thing zipping out of here just before the busy Tuesday morning rush hour. Accumulation in the District will be limited, if anything at all. Keep in mind, it is likely roadways will still be wet early on, plan for a few slowdowns. Conditions will rapidly improve during the morning hours and temperatures will warm to near 50 degrees.

The mild weather will stick around until Friday as highs push 60.

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