Temperatures will rebound to seasonable levels into the weekend around Washington, D.C., but rain is in the offing this weekend.
A second batch of rain will roll in Saturday and continue into Sunday following Friday's light rain.
Temperatures will peak in the upper 50s F on Saturday. Sunday will be cooler, but far from the chill experienced in recent days.
Monday and Tuesday of next week are projected to bring at least partial sunshine and high temperatures in the 60s to near 70 F.
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An expansive snow event is in store for the western United States beginning at midweek.
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