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7:00 AM | Still cool today with a couple of showers possible; Extreme heat for Wednesday and Thursday, but it should not last into the weekend

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly cloudy, cool, a couple of showers are possible from mid-day into the afternoon hours, mid 70’s


Mostly cloudy, chance for a shower, low 60’s


Partly sunny, warmer, more humid, can't rule out a shower or thunderstorm, low-to-mid 80’s

Tuesday Night

Partly cloudy, mild, mid 60’s


Mostly sunny, very hot, mid 90’s


Mostly sunny, very hot, maybe a shower or thunderstorm, mid-to-upper 90’s


Partly sunny, not as extreme, a couple of showers possible and maybe a thunderstorm, near 90


Mostly sunny, more pleasant, low 80’s


The week will begin with continued unseasonably cool temperatures and showers are likely for the mid-day and afternoon hours as a batch of moisture moves in from our west. Tuesday will feature an increase in heat and humidity, but an even more noticeable change will occur on Wednesday and Thursday as temperatures will soar both days well up into the 90’s. This extreme heat will be short-lived, however, as a cold front will approach on Friday and it may bring us a few showers and possible thunderstorms to close out the work week. Once that front passes by the weekend, temperatures will return to much more comfortable levels with highs in the low 80’s on Saturday. As far as the recent coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are concerned, the "double hit" over the weekend indeed caused northern lights to be seen across parts of the northern US on Saturday night including reports as far south as Maryland's Assateague Island.