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7:00 AM | *Lingering showers possible today, maybe an isolated thunderstorm...significant rain from late Wednesday night into Thursday night and perhaps strong-to-severe thunderstorms*

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7:00 AM | *Lingering showers possible today, maybe an isolated thunderstorm...significant rain from late Wednesday night into Thursday night and perhaps strong-to-severe thunderstorms*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly cloudy skies today along with occasional showers and perhaps even an isolated thunderstorm, some of the rain can come down hard for a brief time, windy and warmer, highs in the upper 70’s

Tonight

Becoming partly cloudy, breezy and turning chilly late, lows not far from 50 degrees

Wednesday

Mainly sunny and nice, near 70 degrees

Wednesday Night

Becoming cloudy with rain likely late, maybe a thunderstorm, mild, low 50’s

Thursday

Showers and thunderstorms likely, some of the rain can be heavy at times and some of the storms can be strong-to-severe, windy, mild, mid 60’s

Friday

Mainly cloudy, windy and much cooler with an occasional shower likely, low-to-mid 50’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, windy and cool, mid 50’s

Sunday

Mainly sunny, milder, low 60’s

Discussion

A warm frontal system generated rain in our area during the overnight hours and today there will be occasional showers today and perhaps even an isolated thunderstorm as a cold front approaches. Following the frontal passage, high pressure will build into the region for the mid-week, but then an intense low pressure system will produce significant rain here from late Wednesday night into Thursday night - and perhaps even some strong-to-severe thunderstorms for the Mid-Atlantic region. The steadiest, heaviest rain from this next system is likely to be off to our northeast come early Friday, but it’ll turn quite windy and cool here with additional rain showers possible as deep upper-level low spins over the Northeast US. Accumulating snow is likely to occur on the backside of this late week event in the Ohio Valley and Appalachian Mountains from NY to Tennessee.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com