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7:00 AM | ***Hurricane Dorian remains nearly stationary this morning...will resume movement later today***


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7:00 AM | ***Hurricane Dorian remains nearly stationary this morning...will resume movement later today***

Paul Dorian

6-Day forecast for the DC metro region


Mainly sunny, warm, highs in the low-to-mid 80’s


Mainly clear, mild, lows in the upper 60’s


Partly sunny, quite warm, chance of showers and thunderstorms, some of the late day storms can be strong, near 90 degrees for afternoon highs

Wednesday Night

Mainly cloudy, mild, chance of showers and thunderstorms, some of the storms can be strong, mid 60’s for overnight lows


Much cooler with mainly cloudy skies, showers possible, mid 70’s; showers possible at night


Mainly cloudy, cool, chance of showers, mid 70’s


Mainly sunny, warmer, near 80 degrees


Partly sunny, nice, upper 70’s


Hurricane Dorian continues to remain nearly stationary this morning just north of Grand Bahama Island and should resume a slow northwestward movement later this morning. From later today into Wednesday, Hurricane Dorian should turn north-northwest and run parallel to the east coast of Florida as it picks up some forward speed and then it'll close in on the Carolina coastline by Thursday. After that, Hurricane Dorian will likely pass well to the east of the Mid-Atlantic coastline from Thursday night into Friday with its greatest impact limited to coastal sections of the Delmarva Peninsula. As Hurricane Dorian has been nearly stationary over the past day or so, upwelling has increased underneath its center and this has brought cooler waters to the sea surface. In turn, the cooler sea surface temperatures have resulted in a weakening of the hurricane from a category 5 system to category 3 now with max sustained winds at 120 mph. Much cooler air arrives here later this week and it'll be rather pleasant heading into the upcoming weekend.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.