72 / 48
      75 / 50
      74 / 59

      Washington, DC weather forecast: One of the coldest days since April 4th

      This Afternoon:Mostly Sunny and Chilly Highs: near 50 Wind: Northeast 8-12 mph Tonight:Increasing Clouds, Cold Lows: 30s Wind: Northeast 2-5 mph Tuesday:Partly Cloudy Highs: 53-58 Wind: Northeast 5-10 mph


      An area of high pressure will bring yet another cool day across the mid-Atlantic as highs rebound to just around 50 degrees. If the temp does not hit 50, it will be the coldest day at Reagan National Airport since April 4th.{} Winds out of the northeast will add an extra chill to the air. Clouds will increase a bit during the overnight hours as temperatures tumble into the 30s.

      Skies will be partly cloudy tomorrow along with slightly milder temperatures. Afternoon highs are likely to be in the 50s. A shift in wind direction for Wednesday allows for temperatures to jump into the 60s. A cold front will bring increased chances for showers Thursday and colder temperatures by Friday.

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