Clouds to Clear Monday Ahead of Rain's Return

Storm Team4 says to expect an unsettled week ahead

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The dreary, cold weather will clear out Monday before rain makes return throughout the work week, Storm Team4 says.

Showers drenched the D.C. area for much of the day Sunday and temperatures hovered in the mid to upper 40s.

Some drizzle and fog is expected through the Monday morning commute before the clouds clear and temperatures warm up to the mid-60s.

But a cold front on Tuesday will bring a chance for more rain showers, especially north and west of the Beltway. 

Then, Tropical Storm Zeta will begin its trek stateside, and Storm Team4 says we could see rain from the remnants of the storm late Wednesday into Thursday. 


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There's a chance for more rain again on Friday.

The good news: Halloween is expected to be clear and dry. 

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