WASHINGTON - Milder temperatures on Monday will give way to rain over the next two days in the D.C. region.
The storm, which will move into the area Tuesday morning, will likely bring all rain - heavy at times - to the metro area.
Further west and north, some sleet and snow will mix and develop.
Temperatures in the low 40s are expected on Tuesday and highs in the upper 50s could be seen on Wednesday.
The rest of the week and weekend looks dry.
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