It’s been a hot and especially humid day out so far, with temperatures rising into the upper 80s, and with heat indices into the 90s! A few scattered and light showers have affected parts of the area, but most of the heavy showers and storms have remained to our south in Central Virginia. More rain is on the way—will it affect your weekend plans? Find out after the break!
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!
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for most of the DC Metro Area until 10pm tonight. Several isolated cells of severe thunderstorms have already formed over Virginia, so make sure to keep an eye on the weather and your NOAA weather radios on throughout the day. These storms will have the potential to produce damaging winds in excess of 60mph, and large hail.
Thanks to an upper-level disturbance, the atmosphere will remain unstable into the weekend. What does that mean for your weekend forecast? Find out after the break!