WASHINGTON - The District will see a night dominated by cloud coverage with chilly temperatures heading into the early morning hours.
Most of the DC region will see temperatures stay above freezing, hovering around 35 degrees, while some areas may dip to about 32 degrees.
The calm, quiet weather pattern continues into most of the week so expect pretty much the same except with a bit more sunshine over the next few days.
On Tuesday, you can expect a mix of clouds as high temperatures stick around the mid-40s.
We're keeping a close eye as a storm system heads our way later this week.
Right now, it looks like rain locally and some snow showers for the mountains.
The models are not settling down on a consensus yet but there is a chance of a coastal storm developing.
There is still lots of uncertainty as to whether or not it will happen, or even if it does, if it will impact us at all.
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