Increasing clouds tonight. Showers are likely during Monday evening's commute. The pattern becomes more active in the Metro area, just in time for holiday travel. Christmas Eve looks wet, not white.
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Clouds will be on the increase tonight as an area of low pressure approaches the Metro from the south. We'll stay dry for the drive to work on Monday, but as this storm system grazes the Metro, it'll bring some showers during the evening commute. Tuesday is milder, as high temperatures will return to the 50s. However, some more light showers are possible during the day. Then, a stronger storm system arrives on Christmas Eve.
The Christmas Eve system will bring showers and possibly some pockets of heavier rain, not just for the Metro, but up and down the I-95 corridor. Travel conditions could be hazardous at any point during the day. The only good news is that it'll be so mild that wintry weather is not a possibility, even north of us.
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Becoming Partly Cloudy
LOW TEMPS: 25 - 32
WINDS: E 5-10
Mostly Cloudy, a few PM Showers
HIGH TEMPS: 40 - 45
WINDS: ENE 5-10
Mostly Cloudy, an Isolated Shower
HIGH TEMPS: Mid 50s
WINDS: S - 10