WASHINGTON — Snow lovers were likely disappointed Monday as weak area of low pressure tried to drop some snow showers over the D.C. Metro.
Dry air has been winning so far with snow and rain showers showing up on radar, but not reaching the ground in most areas. By the afternoon only a few isolated showers will linger.
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DC WEATHER FORECAST
Monday: Mostly cloudy & chilly with spotty rain showers. High: 50.
Monday Night: Decreasing clouds, cold. Low: 33.
Tuesday: Sunny and chilly with a light breeze. High: 51.
Winter's attempt on giving us a chance for snow Monday has resulted in an epic fail. Most of the snow showers that showed up on radar did not reach the ground. There is still a chance for spotty showers Monday afternoon.
Clouds decrease Monday night and cold temps settle in with lows in the mid 20s to mid 30s. Sunshine returns Tuesday with chilly temps in the low 50s.
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Monday: Mostly cloudy & chilly with spotty showers. Highs: 45 - 51. Wind: NE - 10.
Monday Night: Decreasing clouds, cold. Lows: 25 - 34. Winds: NW 5 - 10.
Tuesday: Sunny and chilly with a light breeze. Highs: 49 - 54. Winds: NW - 10.
Dry weather and warming temps carry us through mid-week. Highs Wednesday are back around average in the mid to upper 50s. Spring officially begins at 5:58 PM Wednesday when the sun's rays are directly over the equator, known as the "Vernal Equinox".
Temps Thursday are back near 60 with partly sunny skies and isolated showers possible as a front passes through. Sunshine returns Friday and lasts through next weekend.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and seasonable. Highs in the mid to upper 50s.
Thursday: Partly sunny and mild. Isolated showers. Highs around 60.
Friday: Mostly sunny, breezy and cooler. Highs in the mid 50s.
Saturday: Sunny and pleasant. Highs around 60.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and warmer. Highs in the mid 60s.
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