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7:00 AM | More comfortable today, but more strong storms are likely late Friday PM

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, breezy, pleasantly warm, low 80's


Mostly clear, pleasant, good sleeping weather, mid-to-upper 50’s


Sun early then becoming mostly cloudy, still comfortable temperatures, chance for showers and thunderstorms late in the day and some of the storms can be strong with heavy rain, upper 70’s

Friday Night

Mostly cloudy, breezy, showers and thunderstorms likely and some of the storms can be strong with heavy rain, upper 50's


Becoming partly sunny, pleasant, low-to-mid 70’s


Partly sunny, an isolated PM shower or two possible, mid 70’s


Partly sunny, still comfortable temperatures, maybe a shower or two, low-to-mid 70’s


Mostly cloudy, a shower or thunderstorm, cool, low 70’s


Yesterday’s cold front has swept off of the east coast and more comfortable weather is expected for today and tonight. In fact, hot weather will likely not return for at least the next several days. The dry weather will not last too long, however, as a low pressure area will head towards the Great Lakes from the Ohio Valley at the end of the work week and this will cause another cold front to sweep towards the east coast. As a result, showers and thunderstorms will threaten the Mid-Atlantic region later Friday and Friday night and some of the storms can be strong with heavy rain and gusty winds. The front clears through the region early Saturday and much of the weekend will be rather pleasant although an upper level disturbance could generate an isolated shower or two during Sunday afternoon. Elsewhere, the remains of Tropical Storm Beryl are now out over the Atlantic Ocean and it is continuing on a path away from the US east coast.