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Today's Forecast Updated Monday at 7:30 PM
No need for a snow shovel this week, but an umbrella will get a good workout over the coming days.
- Cloudy, Areas of Rain
- Lows: 30s
- Wind: North 3-8 mph
- Cloudy, Light Rain
- Highs: 44°-49°
- Wind: Light
- Rain, Heavy at Times
- Highs: lower 60s
- Wind: Southeast 5-10 mph
FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY until midnight for Frederick (MD), northern Montgomery, Loudoun and northern Fauquier counties and all locations westward to the I -81 corridor and northward to the Mason-Dixon Line.
Areas of light rain will continue overnight with lows in the 30s. Look for cloudy skies, showers and cool temperatures Tuesday with highs in the middle to upper 40s. Wednesday, our focus shifts to the south and west. A strong cold front and area of low pressure will be push northward along the Appalachians, while a strong push of gusty winds and moisture will thrust northward. The combination will bring wind, mild temperatures and periods of heavy rain Christmas Eve. Isolated thunderstorms will also be possible.
By Christmas Day, skies will become partly cloudy. It will be breezy and mild for this time of year. Colder air is on the way next week and we may ring in 2015 with below average temperatures.
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