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    Fresh Arctic Cold to Chill Washington, DC

    By By Kristina Pydynowski, senior meteorologist
    December 16, 2013, 11:40:12 PM EST

    A chilly Monday is shaping up for Washington, D.C., before temperatures rebound on Tuesday.

    Fresh arctic air pouring across the Northeast will drop temperatures in Washington, D.C., into the middle 20s Sunday night.

    While most roads and sidewalks will be dry, any puddle left behind from Saturday's rain will turn icy.

    Temperatures will recover little on Monday, rising only a couple degrees above freezing.


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    Another chilly night will follow Monday night as a band of nuisance snow bypasses the city.

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    Ahead of the next cold front, temperatures will then rebound to a more seasonable high of 45 F on Tuesday.

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