A Milder Trend in Washington D.C. into Monday

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
December 2, 2013; 12:09 AM ET
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Major storms will stay away, and temperatures will remain close to average around Washington DC through Monday.

Good travel weather is in store around DC, compared to last Tuesday and Wednesday.

Temperatures are forecast to rise into the lower 50s on Monday. After RealFeel® temperatures in the 20s, it will feel much warmer for some folks spending considerable time outdoors.

Winds will remain light throughout the District on Monday.

By Monday night and Tuesday, a storm system strengthening offshore may kick up winds and could lead to flight delays in parts of the Northeast region, mainly along coastal locations.

Rain chances will return to the entire mid-Atlantic by Thursday.

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