A storm system will bring us increasing clouds today, a chance of a showers Tuesday afternoon and a better chance for showers Wednesday morning.

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Monday morning will be downright cold, with clear skies and low humidity allowing the temperature to drop into the 30s for most of the suburbs outside the Beltway. So, you'll need that winter jacket on Monday morning, but you'll be able to shed the heavier jacket by lunchtime. Afternoon highs will climb into the middle 60s. Clouds increase on Monday afternoon as our next storm system advances toward the Metro, but it stays dry during the daylight hours. A rain shower is possible Monday night and again in Tuesday afternoon. The best chance for showers appears to be on Wednesday morning, so we are declaring Wednesday as a YELLOW ALERT day. As a storms system deepens to our east and northeast, the breeze will once again be an issue, especially on Wednesday and Thursday.

Please check out our Severe Weather Guide.

MONDAY:
Partly to Mostly Cloudy
Seasonal

HIGH TEMPS: 63 - 67
WINDS: S - 10

TONIGHT
:
Cloudy & Not As Chilly
A Passing Shower

LOW TEMPS: 47 - 54
WINDS: S - 5

TUESDAY:
Mostly Cloudy
Chance PM Showers

HIGH TEMPS: 64 - 68
WINDS: SW 5 - 10

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