Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 10:41 p.m.  Nov. 29, 2015

Sunday night will be chilly with lows dipping into the 30s and 40s. Grab a warm jacket and umbrella for Monday with temps only staying in the low to mid 40s and showers moving back into the area! If you are south of Washington, showers move during the morning hours and showers look to move into the D.C. Metro region during the midday and afternoon hours leading to a wet and showery evening commute.

 Keep the rain boots and rain gear handy for Tuesday and Wednesday. Showers continue at times on Tuesday with a damp chill in the air. My biggest question with the forecast is how long does rain last on Wednesday. Most models indicate a soggy day with a minority suggesting we could be dry by the midday hours. So stay tuned as we continue to update the forecast. Currently, Wednesday is looking quite rainy, with light to moderate rain almost all day. On Wednesday night rain will finally push out of the area.

 Thursday into the weekend will be dry and sunny. Highs Thursday will be in the low 50s and then we start to warm back up with highs in the mid to even upper 50s by the weekend.

SUNDAY NIGHT: Cloudy, chilly & damp

Lows: 30s in the suburbs to low 40s in Washington

MONDAY: Cloudy & chilly. Showers arrive south of Washington during the morning hours. Showers move back in DC Metro/areas north during the midday/afternoon.

Highs: Low to mid 40s

 TUESDAY: Showers at times, cloudy & cool

Highs: Upper 40s to low 50s

 WEDNESDAY: More rain (moderate at times), cloudy & warmer

Highs: 50s

 THURSDAY: Mostly sunny, cooler & breezy

Highs: Low 50s

 FRIDAY: Sunny & nice for December

Highs: Low to mid 50s