From the ABC 7 Weather team

Heat and humidity returns; bad hair day for D.C.

April 24, 2011 - 11:20 PM
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The active weather has come to an end across the D.C. metro area. Expect a few showers overnight with lows in the 60s. You can track the storms in your area with StormWatch 7 Interactive Radar.

(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Overnight: Partly Cloudy and Mild

Lows: 60s | Wind: W/SW 5-10

Monday: Partly to Mostly Sunny, Isolated Storms West

Highs: 82º-87º | Wind: S 10-15

Tuesday: Partly Cloudy

Highs: near 80º | Wind: S 10-15

Quieter conditions are expected during the overnight hours as temperatures slowly fall into the 60s. Areas of patchy fog may develop, but should not cause any problems for the morning commute.

Monday will be warmer and more humid with highs approaching the middle 80s. Areas south and west of D.C. may see highs in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees. Spotty showers and isolated thunderstorms may develop across the Shenandoah Valley and Potomac Highlands during the late afternoon hours. Above-average temperatures are expected Tuesday and Wednesday. A cold front has the potential to bring another round of severe weather to the mid-Atlantic late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.

Stay with ABC7, NewsChannel 8, and Weather Now for additional updates.

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