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7:00 AM | Another decent day in the DC metro region...active tropics and Florida/Gulf of Mexico may be in the crosshairs

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7:00 AM | Another decent day in the DC metro region...active tropics and Florida/Gulf of Mexico may be in the crosshairs

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly sunny, warmer, highs in the mid 80’s

Tonight

Mainly clear, mild, lows in the middle 60’s

Thursday

Mainly sunny, quite warm, more humid, upper 80’s

Thursday Night

Mainly cloudy, mild, low 70’s

Friday

Mainly sunny, hot, low 90’s

Saturday

Mainly sunny, quite warm, near 90 degrees

Sunday

Mainly sunny, quite warm, near 90 degrees

Monday

Mainly sunny, quite warm, near 90 degrees

Discussion

High pressure continues to dominate the weather scene today in the Mid-Atlantic region and it’ll stay comfortably warm. 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 which is looking quite nice for this time of year. Meanwhile, the tropics are active and there are two systems that bear watching for the next week to 10 days. The first system will take a southern route and it could become a major player near Florida and/or the Gulf of Mexico by the early part of next week. In fact, this system has a chance to be the first hurricane to strike the state of Florida since October 2005 which would end their unprecedented hurricane drought. The second system, Gaston, is likely to intensify significantly; however, it is also likely to stay out-to-sea.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com