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Weather forecasting and analysis, space and historic events, climate information

7:00 AM | **The remains of Tropical Storm Bill headed our way for late Saturday night and early Sunday**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Partly sunny, noticeably warmer than yesterday, slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm, highs in the mid-to-upper 80’s


An evening shower or thunderstorm possible; otherwise, partly cloudy skies, mild, lows not far from 65 degrees


Partly sunny, warm, humid, chance for showers and thunderstorms late in the day, mid 80’s

Saturday Night

Mostly cloudy skies with the chance for showers and thunderstorms; especially, late at night, some of the rain can be heavy, mild, muggy, near 70 degrees


Periods of rain and possible thunderstorms primarily during the morning hours, some of the rain can be heavy at times, very warm with tropical-like humidity levels, upper 80’s


Mostly sunny, very warm, near 90 degrees


Mainly sunny, very warm, near 90 degrees


Mainly sunny, warm, mid 80’s


A warm front pushed through the area on Thursday and the result will be noticeably warmer weather conditions today in the Mid-Atlantic region to close out the work week and the slight chance for another shower or thunderstorm. Meanwhile, the remains of Tropical Storm Bill continue to trek slowly to the northeast across the south-central states and it appears as though they’ll push into the I-95 corridor region of DC, Philly and NYC by Father's Day. As a result, the threat exists for periods of heavy rain late Saturday night and early Sunday with embedded thunderstorms and localized flooding conditions. Total rainfall amounts in the I-95 corridor from this system can certainly reach a few inches in a relatively short period of time. The afternoon on Sunday may actually turn out to be pretty decent following the expected heavy rainfall. The rain will be accompanied by tropical-like warmth and humidity levels. Following the “tropical” activity on Sunday, the first half of next week looks quite warm and generally rain-free in the Mid-Atlantic region.