WASHINGTON — We'll start the work week and first day of school for DC Public Schools with more clouds, isolated showers, and isolated showers. Mostly cloudy skies will return with highs in the 70s.

QUICK FORECAST 
Sunday Night: Partly to mostly cloudy and cool again. Low: 65.
Monday: Mostly cloudy and mild. Isolated showers. High: 77.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and mild with scattered showers. High: 81.

FORECAST DISCUSSION:

DC, Fairfax, and Prince William county schools head back on Monday! For te morning bus stop, expect a partly to mostly cloudy sky and temps in the 60s.

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With an easterly wind, Monday turns Mostly cloudy and mild with isolated showers. Highs will only reach the mid 70s with the onshore flow and added clouds.

Tuesday stays Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and highs in the low 80s.

By midweek, scattered storms return Wednesday afternoon ahead of a cold front.

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DETAILED FORECAST:
Sunday Night: Partly to mostly cloudy and cool again. Lows: 55 - 65. Winds: E 5 - 10.
Monday: Mostly cloudy and mild. Isolated showers. Highs: 74 - 78. Winds: E - 10.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and mild with scattered showers. Highs: 75 - 81. Winds: E/SE - 10.

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EXTENDED FORECAST:
Expect a threat for a few showers & storms during the afternoon Wednesday ahead of a cold front. Behind that, lower humidity returns Thursday but it turns hotter to finish the week.

Wednesday: Partly sunny and even warmer with a threat for PM showers and storms. Highs: Mid 80s.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and not as humid. Highs: Mid to Upper 80s.
Friday: Mostly sunny and hotter. Highs: Upper 80s.


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