It started out cool this morning, with temperatures in the upper-40s in some areas, and only warmed up into the mid-70s by this afternoon. Now, a few scattered showers are making their way through Virginia eastward. These are diminishing, and will continue to over the next few hours. Most should die out before they cross the Potomac into Maryland, but a stray isolated shower cannot be ruled out. The rest of the week isn’t looking to great either… Read on to find out why.
It has been a nice, cool day out so far, but showers and thunderstorms, some strong, are beginning to pop up over the area, especially north of DC. The SPC says a Severe Thunderstorm Watch is possible if conditions worsen, so keeping an eye on the weather today is a good idea, especially if you have any outdoor plans. Will the rain continue through the rest of the weekend, or will the rest look bright? Read on to find out!