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7:00 AM | *Two rain events this week as active pattern continues...a strong thunderstorm possible with the initial event and severe thunderstorms are possible with the second event*

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7:00 AM | *Two rain events this week as active pattern continues...a strong thunderstorm possible with the initial event and severe thunderstorms are possible with the second event*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Becoming cloudy today and mild, showers are possible during the late afternoon hours, highs near 65 degrees (normal high is now 62 degrees at DCA)

Tonight

Occasional showers and possibly a strong thunderstorm, breezy, mild, lows in the mid 50’s

Tuesday

Mainly cloudy with occasional showers, maybe a strong thunderstorm, windy, warmer, upper 70's

Tuesday Night

Becoming partly cloudy, breezy, turning chilly late, upper 40’s

Wednesday

Mainly sunny, nice, upper 60’s

Thursday

Periods of rain, maybe a strong-to-severe thunderstorm, some of the rain can be heavy at times, mild, near 65 degrees

Friday

Mainly cloudy, windy and much cooler, a few showers likely, mid 50’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, windy and cool, mid-to-upper 50’s

Discussion

After a pretty tranquil weekend, there will be two rain events this week as the nationwide active weather pattern continues. The first rain event will take place tonight and Tuesday as the next wave of low pressure arrives from the "wave train" that has been crossing the country from west-to-east in recent days.  This initial event will likely be a moderate rain event with a possible strong thunderstorm in some spots. The total rainfall by later tomorrow should be anywhere from a quarter inch to three quarters of an inch and keep in the mind, the ground is now saturated. The second rain event this week will feature a powerful low pressure system and arrives here on Thursday. It could result in heavy rainfall around here and possibly even some severe thunderstorm activity in much of the Mid-Atlantic.  It'll turn windy and noticeably cooler on Friday on the backside of that storm with possible lingering rain showers around here and accumulating snow in the mountains of western NY, western PA, western MD and West Virginia. One final note, as far as early planting is concerned, it appears there will be occasional cold shots in the Mid-Atlantic region going right into at least the middle part of the month.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com