Washington, D.C. weather forecast: Spring ahead one-hour, temps warm before of midweek storm
Overnight:Mostly Cloudy, Showers Possible Lows: 30s Wind: Northwest 3-8 mph Sunday:Turning Mostly Sunny and Breezy Highs: 47°-52° Wind: Northwest 10-15 mph Monday:Partly Cloudy and Mild Highs: near 60° Wind: Southwest 8-12 mph
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Clouds will increase overnight as a cold front dips across the region. Look for a few showers, but nothing that should amount to much. Overnight lows will range from lower 30s in the mountains to middle and upper 30s closer to the District. Cooler temperatures stay in the forecast Sunday with highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s. Skies will be mostly sunny, but winds may add a bit of a chill.
Want warmer temperatures? Your wish will come true starting Monday ... but it won't last long. Highs will rebound to near 60 degrees on Monday with a few added degrees on Tuesday. A cold front and area of low pressure threatens to bring unsettled weather to the mid-Atlantic Wednesday. At this point, it appears the storm will be mainly a rain event for the D.C. area with a chance for a wintry mix as the storms pulls away from the coast.
Stay with ABC 7 News, NewsChannel 8 and wjla.com for additions information on a possible midweek storm.