Sunday's rebound in temperatures in Washington, D.C., and Baltimore will be short-lived with more October-like cool air on the way.
After a milder end to the weekend, a cold front will prevent an even warmer day than Sunday unfolding on Monday.
Temperatures on Monday will top out in the middle 70s, while the front triggers a shower or two.
Anyone with outdoor plans on Monday; however, should not use the showers as an excuse to cancel those plans. The showers will be light and spotty, allowing most of the day and some places to stay dry.
Residents and visitors will just want to keep an umbrella handy.
In the wake of the front, the arrival of fresh cool air will have Monday night and Tuesday feeling more like early October than mid-September.
Temperatures Monday night will drop down to the lower 50s in both Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, then will be held to the lower 70s on Tuesday underneath bright sunshine. Some northern and western suburbs will dip into the upper 40s Monday night.
Just like over the weekend, the cool air will not linger beyond Tuesday. Warmer air will follow from Wednesday through Friday. Tuesday's dry weather will also persist through at least Thursday.
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