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6:00 AM | ***All eyes still focused on Hermine...major impact this weekend/early next week on Mid-Atlantic coastline...rain/wind possible back to I-95***

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6:00 AM | ***All eyes still focused on Hermine...major impact this weekend/early next week on Mid-Atlantic coastline...rain/wind possible back to I-95***

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly sunny and quite comfortable, highs not far from 80 degrees

Tonight

Partly cloudy, cool, lows in the mid 60’s

Saturday

Increasing clouds and increasingly breezy, rain is possible late depending on the track of Hermine, mid-to-upper 70’s

Saturday Night

Significant rain and wind possible depending on the track of Hermine, low 60’s

Sunday

Significant rain and wind possible depending on the track of Hermine, mid 70’s

Monday

Significant rain and wind possible depending on the track of Hermine, low 80’s

Tuesday

Mainly sunny, warmer, upper 80’s

Wednesday

Mainly sunny, warm, upper 80’s

Discussion

All eyes continue to be focused on Hermine which made landfall last night as the first hurricane of any intensity to strike Florida since October 2005 (Wilma). Hermine will continue to trek to the northeast over the next 24 hours to a position just off the NC/VA coastline by early Saturday, and then it’ll become intertwined with a frontal boundary zone and increasingly under the control of strong high pressure building across the Northeast US. As a result, Hermine is likely to change course and turn more to the north rather than the northeast and slow-down in its advance - and this is a major cause of concern for the Mid-Atlantic coastline from SE Virginia to Long Island. Also, as it slows down Hermine could actually regain strength as it sits over very warm water off the Mid-Atlantic coastline - perhaps even to hurricane status. Coastal flooding is a serious concern given the expected long period of strong northeast winds which will result from the slow-down of the system that will keep it off the Mid-Atlantic coastline into the early/mid part of next week. Strong winds and heavy rain can be expected along the Mid-Atlantic coastline and significant wind and rain can extend all the way back to the I-95 corridor at times this weekend and early next week. Stay tuned.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com