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7:00 AM | *Hurricane watch for the Gulf of Mexico and this tropical system could give us some rain early next week*

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7:00 AM | *Hurricane watch for the Gulf of Mexico and this tropical system could give us some rain early next week*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Partly sunny, warm, highs in the low 80’s

Tonight

Mainly cloudy, mild, lows in the lower 60's

Friday

Partly sunny, warm, maybe a shower or two, lower 80’s for afternoon highs

Friday Night

Mainly cloudy, mild, maybe a shower or two, lows near 60 degrees by morning

Saturday

Partly sunny, warm, an isolated shower possible, low 80’s

Sunday

Mainly cloudy, warm, chance of showers late, near 80 degrees

Monday

Mainly cloudy, warm, showers likely, upper 70’s

Tuesday

Partly sunny, warm, chance of showers, upper 70’s

Discussion

The Mid-Atlantic region has been very dry over the past few weeks with high pressure generally in control of our overall weather pattern. This dry spell could come to an end over the next several days with some scattered shower activity in the near term and then more significant rainfall is possible early next from the remains of what is now Tropical Storm Nate. This tropical system is likely to head in a general northward direction over the next couple of days - likely moving over the Yucatan Peninsula region of Mexico - and then spill out over the Gulf of Mexico by the weekend. By later in the weekend, Tropical Storm Nate could very well reach hurricane status as it likely heads towards the central Gulf states of Louisiana, Mississippi and/or Alabama - a bit farther west than earlier thoughts of the Florida Panhandle.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com