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    DC to Stay Rainy, Dreary Through Rest of Weekend

    By , Senior Meteorologist
    March 30, 2014; 4:54 AM ET
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    Snow will not return to Washington, D.C., this weekend, but the weather will stay less than desirable for those with outdoor plans.

    Occasional rain and drizzle will keep the nation's capital dreary through Sunday.

    Residents with outdoor plans may have to add rain gear to their attire or move those activities indoors.

    Temperatures are still expected to rise to around the 50-degree mark on Sunday, but a brisk wind will hold AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures to the 30s for most of the day.

    The wind may also make it difficult to walk with an umbrella.

    The rain will continue at times through Sunday night before the storm system delivering the wet weather finally pushes far enough eastward to allow drying and the return of some sunshine for Monday.

    While there will still be a breeze, temperatures are set to rebound into the lower 60s on Monday.

    Further warming will occur on Tuesday and Wednesday underneath a mostly sunny sky.

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    It is not just umbrellas that will not be needed these days; some people may also opt to forgo jackets each afternoon.

    After rising into the upper 60s on Tuesday, temperatures are set to soar into the 70s for Wednesday.

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