Cool weather settles into Washington D.C. to start the week, but temperatures will be on the rise for the first official week of fall.
Following a front over the weekend, high pressure moved in bringing more autumn-like temperatures to the region for the start of the week.
Highs start off in the mid 70s for the first part of the workweek with dry weather and sunshine prevailing.
But for the middle of the the week, temperatures will be nearing 80 degrees, a more typical number or early September.
Even through the warmth, sunshine will stick around to finish out the week, The next threat of wet weather is note expected until late in the weekend.
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