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7:00 AM | Much quieter next few days following frontal passage...monitoring two tropical systems

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7:00 AM | Much quieter next few days following frontal passage...monitoring two tropical systems

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Becoming mainly sunny, warm, less humid, becoming breezy, highs in the mid-to-upper 80’s

Tonight

Partly cloudy, mild, lows in the middle 60’s

Wednesday

Mainly sunny, warm, mid 80’s for afternoon highs

Wednesday Night

Partly cloudy, mild, low 60’s for overnight lows

Thursday

Mainly sunny, very warm, more humid, near 90 degrees

Friday

Mainly cloudy skies, very warm, chance of showers and thunderstorms, upper 80’s

Saturday

Partly sunny skies, very warm, chance of showers and thunderstorms, upper 80’s

Sunday

Partly sunny skies, warm, chance of showers and thunderstorms, mid-to-upper 80’s

Discussion

A strong cold front passed through the region last night with lots of shower and thunderstorm activity, but the next few days look to be much quieter.  Drier air will push into the area today on the heels of the frontal passage and there should be plenty of sunshine and warmth today, tomorrow and Thursday.  The weather will become more unsettled again as we head towards the end of the week and during the upcoming weekend. Elsewhere, the tropics have become quite active and we’ll continue to monitor one system now over the south-central Gulf of Mexico and another one, Tropical Storm Bret, now over the southeastern Caribbean Sea. The Gulf system is likely to intensify somewhat over the next couple of days - perhaps reaching tropical storm status as it slides to the north and then to the west.  It is likely to then recurve and turn towards the northeast - perhaps eventually having an impact in the Mid-Atlantic region.  Meanwhile, Bret is liable to face some strong wind shear over the next couple of days which is likely to weaken it eventually back to tropical depression status.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com