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Today's Forecast Updated Monday at 4:44 AM
Freezing Rain Advisory south of D.C. until noon for several counties.
- Mostly Cloudy, Light Rain and Drizzle Develops (AM Wintry Mix S&W of DC)
- Highs: 37º-42º
- Wind: NE 5 mph
- Cloudy, Showers Possible, Dense Fog Late
- Lows: 30s
- Wind: N 5 mph
- Tomorrow :
- Mostly Cloudy, Spotty Shower, Milder
- Highs: 45º-50º
- Wind: SE 4-8 mph
Clear skies overnight allowed temperatures to dip ahead of a developing warm front. Some spots are close to, if not just below, freezing south and west; therefore, a freezing rain advisory is in effect until noon for areas along I-95 corridor and until 6 p.m. for the higher elevations.
- Until noon East/6 p.m. Higher Elevations West
Generally, most will see light rain and drizzle in the metro region and those advised counties should eventually changeover with rain later today.
The dreary weather carries into Tuesday, although it will be milder with highs pushing 50 if not beyond. By Christmas Eve, the warm front will finally lift north as a strong low pressure develops over the Great Lakes. That will allow for spring-like warmth with a touch of humidity, gusty winds and maybe a rumble of thunder mixed in with some rain. A cold front will clear us out but it will be blustery and cooler as you head out. Have a great day!
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