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7:00 AM | *Showers/storms later today/early tonight with frontal passage...more rain to dampen yet another weekend*

Paul Dorian

A frontal system will approach the area later today and raise our chances considerably for showers and thunderstorms after a couple of rain-free days. The rain can be heavy at times during this frontal passage and some of the storms can be on the strong side. This front will be slow to move away from our area, and yes, this stalling out of the front will lead to yet another unsettled weekend around here. Lingering showers are likely with possible thunderstorms on Saturday and Saturday night and they cannot be ruled out for Sunday either. Cooler conditions are expected here on Sunday and it’ll stay comfortable during the early part of next week.

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7:00 AM | Threat for showers and storms increases on Friday with approaching frontal system...unsettled on Saturday, cooler on Sunday

Paul Dorian

A frontal system will approach the area on Friday and raise our chances for PM showers and thunderstorms as we close out the work week and some of the rain can be heavy. This front will be somewhat slow to move away this weekend and it’ll stay unsettled here on Saturday (surprise, surprise) with a chance for lingering showers and thunderstorms. Cooler conditions are expected around here by Sunday and it should stay pretty comfortable early next week.

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7:00 AM | Rain-free conditions today and Thursday a welcome change from recent wet spell

Paul Dorian

Weak high pressure will edge into the area today and it should provide us with two straight days with rain-free conditions which will be a welcome change from the recent wet stretch of weather. Another frontal system will approach the area on Friday and it will renew the chances for showers and thunderstorms as we close out the work week. This front will be slow to move away this weekend and it’ll stay a bit unsettled here on Saturday with a lingering chance for a shower or thunderstorm.

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7:00 AM | *Additional showers and storms possible today...rain-free conditions likely tomorrow*

Paul Dorian

A frontal system that has meandered around the Mid-Atlantic region for the past few days will continue to result in unsettled weather around here today with the threat for additional showers and thunderstorms. Weak high pressure should edge in on Wednesday and we’ll experience some drying conditions for a couple of days and it'll turn quite warm as well. Another frontal system is likely to arrive late in the week resulting in more unsettled weather conditions for Friday.

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7:00 AM | *Wet pattern continues to start the week*

Paul Dorian

A frontal system that has meandered around the Mid-Atlantic region for the past couple of days will continue to result in unsettled weather around here as we go through the early part of the week. The threat for showers and thunderstorms will continue through tomorrow and some of the rain will be heavy, but then weak high pressure should edge in at mid-week and we’ll experience some drying conditions. Another frontal system is likely to arrive late in the week resulting in more unsettled weather conditions.

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7:00 AM | *Here we go again with another stretch of wet weather...threat of showers and thunderstorms on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday*

Paul Dorian

A weak frontal system will hang around the Mid-Atlantic region this weekend and its boundary zone will help in the formation of low pressure which will lead to numerous showers and scattered thunderstorms. The threat for showers and thunderstorms will not only return here for the weekend, but will continue early next week as our long-term wet weather pattern continues in the eastern US. Some of the rain that falls this weekend and early next week can be on the heavy side; watch for flash flooding given the already-saturated grounds. The annual Perseid meteor shower peaks this weekend, but clouds on both nights could be quite problematic for viewing.

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7:00 AM | *Some improvement today and tomorrow from the recent heat and humidity...weekend looks quite unsettled with unfavorable viewing conditions likely for the Perseid meteor shower*

Paul Dorian

A weak cool front passed through the region in the overnight hours with some strong thunderstorm activity and its passage will usher in slightly less humid air for the next couple of days. This frontal system will stall out just to our south and east and will then likely play a role in unsettled weather around here this weekend. Low pressure is likely to form along the frontal boundary zone and the result will be scattered showers and thunderstorms on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. The annual Perseid meteor shower peaks this weekend so the likely unsettled weather conditions could result in unfavorable viewing conditions.

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7:00 AM | *Scattered strong storms late today/early tonight...weekend looking unsettled*

Paul Dorian

A cool front will push towards the area later today and it is likely to generate scattered showers and thunderstorms for the I-95 corridor region later today and early tonight. Any rain that falls later today and tonight can be on the heavy side and some of the thunderstorms can be strong. This front will usher in somewhat less humid and slightly cooler air for tomorrow and Friday, but it’ll stall out not far to our southeast. Over the weekend, the stalled out boundary zone may be the conduit for a low pressure system which could result in some shower and thunderstorm activity around here on both weekend days and even into the early part of next week.

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7:00 AM | Increasing chance of showers and storms next couple days

Paul Dorian

An upper-level trough will push into the Great Lakes region later today and this system could generate scattered showers and thunderstorms in the Mid-Atlantic region, and an even better chance around here comes later tomorrow as a cool front arrives from our northwest. Any rain that falls later today, tonight and on Wednesday can be briefly heavy and a few storms can reach strong-to-severe levels. This front will stall out just to our southeast later in the week and then potentially impact our weekend weather as low pressure might develop along its boundary zone. The annual Perseid meteor shower peaks this weekend and the weather from this vantage point does not look too promising for viewing.

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7:00 AM | Hot weather to start the new work week with highs in the 90's

Paul Dorian

High pressure took control of our weather over the weekend and it’ll produce another very warm day around here as we begin the new work week. By later tomorrow, another upper-level trough will push into the Great Lakes region and it is likely to raise the chances here for scattered showers and thunderstorms and then an even better shot at showers and storms may come late Wednesday with the arrival of a cool front. That front may stall to our south and east later in the week and it could turn around and play an unfavorable role in our weekend weather.

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