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Weather forecasting, detailed weather analysis and climate information

7:00 AM | Heat wave number two lasts until Tuesday

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Mostly sunny, hot, humid, upper 90’s for highs

Tonight

Partly cloudy, chance for a thunderstorm, upper 60’s for lows

Saturday

Mostly sunny, hot, humid, chance for a thunderstorm, mid 90’s

Saturday Night

Partly cloudy, thunderstorms possible late and some could be strong with downpours, mild, low 70’s

Sunday

Mostly sunny, hot, slight chance for a thunderstorm, mid 90’s

Monday

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

Tuesday

Mostly sunny, not as hot, upper 80's

Wednesday

Partly sunny, pretty hot, near 90

Discussion

Extreme heat and humidity will return to the region today and it will last right into the early part of next week. Temperatures today should head way up into the 90’s, but perhaps the more noticeable change in the weather will be the humidity as yesterday still featured some rather moderate levels, but that changed dramatically this morning with the arrival of a frontal system that set off some quick-moving strong thunderstorm activity. That frontal boundary zone will stay close enough in proximity this weekend to give us the chance for a daily thunderstorm, but the vast majority of the time this weekend will mbe rain-free. This heat wave will grip much of the eastern third of the country this weekend from the Mid-Atlantic region on southward to the Gulf coast. In fact, the DC metro region could very well reach 100 degrees each of the next three days.