We will enter the middle of January this week, and the weather is as calm as can be. After a cold night tonight, a little disturbance will throw some clouds (but no precipitation) our way on Monday. But that’s about as exciting as it will get this week, because a stretch of sunny and seasonable days will follow.

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Through tonight: Clear skies and calm winds for much of the overnight period will allow temperatures to cool off pretty efficiently. Some predawn clouds may insulate us a bit, but in general, low temperatures will settle in the upper 20s in most spots and around 32 degrees downtown.

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Tomorrow (Monday): Clouds will build throughout the morning, and we will end up with a mostly cloudy day. High temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than Sunday’s, topping out in the low to mid-40s with a light south wind at 5 mph. Clear and cold overnight with lows in the upper 20s.

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Snow to the left. Snow to the right: Seems like everywhere but D.C. is getting some snow these days. Yesterday, it was Spain, and today, it’s Texas and Louisiana. It’s pretty conceivable that before the day is done, Houston will officially have seen more snow than D.C. this winter.

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