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Christmas Day will be bitterly cold in the D.C. region, but better weather is on the horizon.

The unseasonable cold continues with sunny skies. It’s still quite cold, with morning temperatures rising through the teens. Winds chills still spend much of the day in the teens, before maxing out in the 20s. Another very cold night with mainly clear skies and lows in the mid- to upper teens. A few snow flurries are possible Monday evening, especially west of D.C.

Temperatures could reach the 50s by Thursday or Friday, and possibly 60s next weekend. Snow chances lower and lower, for the foreseeable future, through midweek.