Cherry blossoms at sunrise in Rose Park. (Jeanne McVey/Flickr)

You won’t have any issues practicing social distancing and self-isolation on Monday. A cold rain will persist for just about all of tomorrow, as a developing coastal storm system makes a close pass. But, of course, there is nothing like a cold and wet March day to make you want to just stay inside and avoid others at all costs.

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Through Tonight: Clouds will increase in the evening hours, but it will stay dry. Light rain will break out across the region sometime after midnight. Temperatures will remain above freezing just about everywhere, so no wintry precipitation is expected. Lows in the upper 30s to low 40s, with a persistent east wind at 10 mph.

View the current weather at The Washington Post.

Tomorrow (Monday): Cold, raw and wet conditions for the duration on Monday. Light rain in the morning will briefly taper off before picking up in intensity again by the afternoon. Highs will be in the mid- to upper 40s, with an unpleasant east/northeast wind making it feel even colder. Rain will taper off tomorrow evening, leaving mostly cloudy skies and lows in the 40s.

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