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Rainy, milder Monday before wintry cold sets in

Temperatures are stuck in the lower 40s on a rainy Monday, and then for the rest of the week, it's forecast to feel like the middle of winter.

Rain began Sunday night, continuing into the morning, with overnight lows around 40 degrees. Two-thirds of an inch of rain had fallen at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport as of noon, and the rain was forecast to continue into the afternoon or early evening.

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Cold air and strong winds are forecast to blow in Monday night, with 20-25 mph gusts. Lows early Tuesday are forecast around freezing, with wind chills in the 20s.

Sunny skies are forecast Tuesday, but it will nonetheless feel frigid, with gusts increasing to 30 mph, air temperatures perhaps only a couple of degrees above freezing and wind chills in the 20s all day and down to the teens Tuesday night.

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Temperatures could drop to the lower 20s and teens early Wednesday, rising only to the mid-30s in the afternoon. Calmer breezes are expected, but wind chills will still likely be in the 20s all day.

Thursday could bring a bit of a respite, with highs in the mid-40s, but wind chills still in the 30s.

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