DC Forecast for Mon Jul 30, 2012

 

Published on by Jason Fouchard

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Some isolated showers and thunderstorms today across the DC area. No rain recorded at Dulles or National airports, but BWI received some along with storms. We didn’t break into the 90s today at National, but expect that to happen almost daily starting tomorrow. Read on for the full forecast.

Starting tomorrow, expect the weather to continue to remain fairly consistent over the next week, as a trough continues to loom over the Mid Atlantic, and a Bermuda High moves moist warm are into the area.

This moist air, along with daytime heating, will allow isolated storm development in the afternoon for most of the remainder of the week. Expect to see more organized and numerous storms on Wednesday evening as a weak cold front approaches from the West, allowing for more storm initiation. Another front is expected to come through this weekend, again leading to similar conditions.

Temperatures will remain around the same throughout the week, with highs in the lower 90s and lows in the lower 70s. Temperatures will be the warmest during the second half of the week.

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