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Today's Forecast Updated Sunday at 9:18 PM
Lots of rain headed our way leading up to Christmas Day
- Increasing Clouds
- Lows: 27 - 34
- Wind: N 5-10 mph
- Rain Moving in S to N
- Temperatures: 20s/30s
- Wind: Light
- Tomorrow Afternoon:
- Pockets of FZ rain
- Temperatures: 30s
- Wind: Light
After a fairly quiet weekend, rain is moving in by the afternoon on Monday. Temperatures will only rise through the 30s on Monday with rain scooting up the eastern seaboard. There could be a few pockets of freezing rain mainly west of D.C. This could leave a glaze of ice on some surfaces but not expecting widespread problems. Most of the rain will move in after the D.C. rush hours. After a few isolated showers on Tuesday a strong cold front will sweep through Wednesday. This will bring widespread rain showers and winds to the region on Christmas eve! Everything should move out after midnight on Christmas eve so Santa shouldn't have any problems getting to the D.C. area. Expect winds but not rain to continue on Christmas day with temperatures around 50 degrees.
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