Rain overnight with be heavy at times and likely come to an end by 6/7AM Monday. Temperatures tomorrow will be the warmest in two weeks, if not a month, with breezy conditions. A shower is possible tomorrow evening but the majority of Monday will be dry.
A storm system moves up the coast on Wednesday and will likely impact travel all along the Eastern Seaboard. Right now it looks like rain will move in at some point before noon and come to an end during the evening. Some snow will likely mix in, especially in high elevations outside of the Beltway. Accumulation amounts are looking minor or non-existent. However, the confidence of this forecast is still low because of uncertainty in temperatures and exact track. Stay with Storm Team 4 as we continue to monitor this system and bring you the latest updates.
Tonight: Rain, possibly heavy at times. Relatively Mild.
Monday: Shower possible before 7AM and after 6PM otherwise Mostly Cloudy, Mild and Breezy.
Tuesday: Partly Cloudy, Colder & a bit Breezy
Wednesday: Rain likely, Snow possibly mixing in, especially PM. Cloudy & Cold