DC Forecast for Sun, June 30, 2013

 

Published on by Jason Fouchard

5day Forecast 6/30/13

Scattered and strong rains and thunderstorms have been affecting the DC Metro area most of this afternoon, and are looking to continue into the evening hours.  However, most areas are still seeing plenty of sun today.  As a frontal system continues to be stalled over the Eastern Seaboard, how long will this unsettled pattern last, and what is the weather looking like for July 4th?  Read on past the break for your week’s forecast!

Expect the showers and storms to continue into the evening hours as a line of precipitation continues to progress Northeast along the stalled front.  Thunderstorms will be more widespread tomorrow than today, and humidity levels will be high.

Storms will continue into Tuesday, as temperatures stay around 85°.

Wednesday and Thursday will see some convective activity, but it will be more limited to the afternoon, and will not be as widespread.  Isolated storms are possible during the evening on July 4th.

Temperatures will rise through the second half of the week, reaching the 90s by the weekend, under partly cloudy skies.


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