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.
Another chilly night will follow Monday night as a band of nuisance snow bypasses the city.
Ahead of the next cold front, temperatures will then rebound to a more seasonable high of 45 F on Tuesday.
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The next Pacific storm will spread rain and mountain snow from Washington to Northern California by the middle of the week.
Heavy snow and blizzard conditions will continue to snarl travel and disrupt daily routines across the midwestern United States through Monday.
With rain set to dramatically lessen before reaching Southern California later this week, the threat of additional mudslides will remain low.
The first round of severe weather in 2018 for the south-central United States will continue from eastern Texas to southern Missouri into early Monday morning.
At least five people were killed when an avalanche struck a group of Turkish soldiers conducting military operations in southeastern Turkey on Sunday.
A storm will track and strengthen from the Rockies to the Upper Midwest of the United States and produce a swath of heavy snow and gusty winds on its northwestern flank.
The same storm spreading travel-disrupting snow across the central United States will prevent the January thaw from lasting past midweek in the midwestern and northeastern United States.