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7:00 AM | Nice weather continues...tropics are active and bear watching

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7:00 AM | Nice weather continues...tropics are active and bear watching

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly sunny, comfortable, highs in the low 80’s

Tonight

Mainly clear, mild, lows in the low-to-mid 60’s

Wednesday

Mainly sunny, warm, mid 80’s

Wednesday Night

Mainly clear, mild, mid 60’s

Thursday

Mainly sunny, warmer, more humid, near 90 degrees

Friday

Mainly sunny, hot, low 90’s

Saturday

Mainly sunny, hot, near 90 degrees

Sunday

Mainly sunny, hot, near 90 degrees

Discussion

High pressure continues to dominate the weather scene in the Mid-Atlantic region and temperatures and humidity levels will remain on the comfortable side for the next couple of days. A weak cold front approaches later in the week, but it could pass through the region on the dry side. High pressure will follow across the Northeast US for the weekend.

Meanwhile, the tropics are quite active and there are two systems that bear watching for the next week to 10 days or so. The first system will take more of the southern route and it could become a player in the Caribbean Sea or near the Bahamas/Southeast US coastline by the latter part of the weekend whereas the second system that is farther out in the eastern Atlantic is likely to take more of a northern track and it will head in a direction towards the US east coast – just too early to say if it’ll ever reach it. The first system has a chance to end the hurricane drought in Florida where they amazingly haven't seen a hurricane of any intensity since 2005.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com