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7:00 AM | ***All eyes focused on Hurricane Matthew...Southeast US impact increasingly likely...possible impact here this weekend***

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7:00 AM | ***All eyes focused on Hurricane Matthew...Southeast US impact increasingly likely...possible impact here this weekend***

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Partly sunny, cool, chance for a shower or some drizzle, highs in the lower 70’s

Tonight

Mainly cloudy, cool, chance for a shower or some drizzle, lows in the mid 50’s

Wednesday

Mainly cloudy, cool, upper 60’s for highs

Wednesday Night

Partly cloudy, cool, low-to-mid 50’s

Thursday

Mainly sunny, nice, low 70’s

Friday

Mainly sunny, nice, low 70’s

Saturday

Increasing clouds, breezy, cool, chance for rain depending on the track of Matthew, near 70 degrees

Sunday

Becoming partly sunny, breezy, cool, chance of rain early depending on the track of Matthew, mid-to-upper 60’s

Discussion

All eyes continue to focus on Hurricane Matthew which is slowly working its way northward through the northern Caribbean Sea and is right on the southwestern tip of Haiti. After a devastating blow to Haiti and eastern Cuba over the next 12 to 24 hours, Matthew is likely to churn slowly northwest through the Bahamas and come dangerously close to the Southeast US coastline. In fact, it looks like it may just about reach the coastline on Florida's east side and then ride parallel to the coastline right to the Outer Banks region of North Carolina. Meanwhile, a deep upper-level trough of low pressure is sliding eastward across the northern US and its ultimate interaction with Matthew will dictate what impact the storm will have on the I-95 corridor region this weekend. There is still a chance the storm turns northeast away from the Mid-Atlantic coastline and has little to no effect here or it can interact with a frontal system and push some significant rain and wind to this area. Even an offshore track for Matthew this weekend could produce rain and wind in this area.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com