Bundle up for a chilly week.
Low temperatures are expected to stick around this week, and the Washington Nationals' home opener game Thursday may be vexed by rain.
A freeze warning will be in effect for D.C. and parts of Maryland and Virginia from 11 p.m. Tuesday to 9 a.m. Wednesday. The National Weather Service warns residents that plants sensitive to freezing temperatures could be damaged or killed.
A low of 33 degrees is expected Wednesday, with a low in the mid 20s about dawn in suburbs and rural areas, Storm Team4's Tom Kierein said. Later Wednesday, temperatures are expected to climb to a high of 58 degrees.
There's an 80 percent chance of rain Thursday, with a high of 63 and low of 47. Cooler temperatures are expected Friday, with a high of 58 and low of 43.
Then, there's a chance of rain Saturday, with a high of 49 and low of just 25 degrees. Sunday, the expected high is 48 degrees and low of 28.
See the NBC Washington weather alerts page for county-by-county information on freeze warnings and watches.