Rain to Continue in DC for Days

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You'll have to keep your umbrella or raincoat handy for most of this week.

There's a chance of rain in the D.C. area through Thursday, Storm Team4 says.

Wednesday should start off on the dry side and we may even see a little sunshine before the clouds and the rain move back in. The rain should arrive just in time for the evening rush. Most of the rain will be light to moderate, but wet roads will slow things down a bit.

The heaviest rain will be on Thursday, but even then we are not expecting a total washout. The best chance of rain on Thursday will be during the early part of the day.

Temperatures on Thursday will warm into the upper 50s and even low 60s in some spots.

The chance of rain is at least 70 percent on Wednesday and Thursday.

It rained early in the day Tuesday and then tapered off. On Wednesday, that's reversed; it's expected to rain later in the day.

The chance of rain is at least 70 percent on Wednesday and Thursday.

Friday is set to be partly sunny and windy, with no rain - but it will be cold. Wind chills will be in the teens and 20s all day.

Then the weekend is expected to be sunny but cold, with high temperatures in the 30s and 40s.

As for snow, Storm Team4 Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer says the chances are very slim.

Only 0.6 inches of snow so far has us in fourth-place for the least-snowy winter on record.

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