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7:00 AM | *Matthew continues to churn in the central Caribbean as a major (category 4) hurricane*


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7:00 AM | *Matthew continues to churn in the central Caribbean as a major (category 4) hurricane*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mainly cloudy this morning with some early patchy fog, partly-to-mostly sunny this afternoon and cannot rule out a shower, mild, highs in the mid 70’s


Partly cloudy, cool, lows in the mid 50’s


Mainly sunny, cool, low 70’s for highs

Tuesday Night

Partly cloudy, cool, lower 50’s for lows


Partly sunny, cool, upper 60’s


Mainly sunny, nice, low 70’s


Mainly sunny, nice, near 70 degrees


Partly sunny, cool, chance of showers, near 70 degrees


A cool front will head through the area today and then large high pressure will build into the Northeast US from southeastern Canada. This high pressure system should control the weather around here in the Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday time frame. Elsewhere, Matthew continues to churn very slowly in the central Caribbean as a major (category 4) hurricane. It will have a major impact over the next few days across Jamaica, eastern Cuba and - worst of all – the country of Haiti. The most damaging side of the hurricane in terms of wind, rain and storm surge it its right side and this is what will slam into Haiti during the next few days. Beyond that, the Bahama Island chain will suffer Matthew’s wrath later in the week as it slowly grinds its way towards the Southeast US coastline where it will likely meander for a few more days before hopefully turning to the northeast and away from the US. This system still a long way to go on the weather scene and nothing is set in stone beyond five days or so.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.