D.C.-area forecast: Stormy Wednesday with heavy rain at times

* Flood watch in impact for the majority of D.C. area through Wednesday afternoon *

A rather subjective score of the day’s weather condition, on a scale of 0 to 10.

1/10: Appears like the wettest day of a stubbornly damp and cool week.

  • Today: Many showers and thunderstorms. Highs: Mid-50s to near 60.
  • Tonight: Sticking around night showers. Lows: Near 40.
  • Tomorrow: Partially bright, spread p.m. showers likely. Highs: 50s.

The previous 2 days started rainy early in the early morning, however then with prolonged breaks in the rain throughout the daytime hours. Today seems more constant with numerous waves of showers and storms moving through throughout the day before lessening tonight. Some areas might see adequate rain for flooding concerns. Spread showers stay possible sometimes Thursday through Saturday, before a bright and dry Sunday.

Today (Wednesday): Many showers and thunderstorms move through the area today with locations of heavy rain that might discard an inch or more. Temperature levels reach the mid-50s to near 60 under cloudy skies. The very best possibility of a serious storm, with harmful winds and perhaps a twister, is south and southeast of D.C. Self-confidence: Medium

Tonight: Some showers might remain throughout the night as winds turn gusty from the northwest. Trending drier over night with lows in the upper 30s to low 40s. Self-confidence: Medium

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Tomorrow (Thursday): The early morning must be partially bright and dry, however then ending up being cloudy in the afternoon with spread showers likely throughout the afternoon into night. A couple of thundershowers are possible also. Highs just in the 50s once again. Winds are a bit breezy from the west, around 10 to 15 miles per hour. Self-confidence: Medium

Tomorrow night: Scattered showers might continue into the eve lessening over night. Lows hang back to the mid-30s to low 40s. Self-confidence: Medium

Low pressure continues to spin overhead Friday and Saturday That keeps the possibility of a couple of scattered showers going every day, however there must likewise be a lot of dry durations. Skies must be partially bright with highs still in the 50s and a sticking around breeze. Cleaning skies get here Saturday night with lows in the mid-30s to near 40. Self-confidence: Medium

High pressure lastly takes control of Sunday So while we leave to the cold start, primarily bright skies must get us to afternoon highs in the upper 50s and low 60s without any rain anticipated. Self-confidence: Medium-High

Want heat? Highs near or past 70 promise for much of next week



Source: The Washington Post.

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