From the ABC 7 Weather team

D.C. Forecast: scattered showers and t'storms through this evening

August 14, 2011 - 05:25 PM
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Areas of heavy rain and thunderstorms will dot ABC7 Live Super Doppler Radar into the overnight hours. Click here for the latest watches and warnings in your area.

Tonight: Scattered t'storms ending

Lows: 62°-68° | Wind: NW 10-15

Tuesday: Mostly Cloudy, Breezy but Mild, An Isolated Storm Possible

Highs: 80°-85° | Precipitation: 30%

Wednesday: Partly to Mostly Sunny

Highs: 84°-88° | Air Quality: Code Yellow

An upper-level storm is spinning around the D.C. region bringing in a last gasp of a few scattered, but sometimes heavy t'storms.  Some of these storms are bringing a few Flash Flood Warnings like Central Prince Georges County until 7:30 PM.  

Showers and storms will end after sunset tonight.  Lows will drop into the 60s while northwest winds will still remain a bit breezy through Tuesday as the last of this storms effects sticks with us.

A break in storms comes in by Wednesday before the next chance for a few scattered storms moves back in by Thursday and Friday with another approaching cold front.

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

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