Wet weather for Wednesday

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Skies will be variably cloudy tonight, with temperatures lowering into the 20s. We’ll be mostly cloudy tomorrow, although no precipitation is expected during the day. Our next storm will approach the region overnight into Wednesday morning.

Precipitation is expected to develop late tomorrow night and could be a wintry mix of sleet, freezing rain and even some snow. Locations to the west of Metro DC have the greatest risk of icy conditions. Temperatures in the District will likely be above the freezing mark, so it should be wet for the Wednesday morning commute. All areas should see temperatures rise into the 40s during the day, so rain is expected then.

After the storm passes, dry and seasonably cool conditions will dominate Thursday and Friday. More unsettled weather is on tap this weekend, with high rain chances both Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will be in the upper 40s Saturday, rising into the 50s on Sunday.

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