The hazy, hot and humid conditions will continue through the remainder of the holiday weekend.
Overnight: Partly Cloudy, Patchy Fog
Lows: 66-73 | Wind: S 2-6 mph
Sunday: Partly Cloudy, Chance Mtn. Storm
Highs: Near 90 | Wind: S 5-10
Monday: Partly Cloudy, 30% Chance PM Storm
Highs: 89-93 | Wind: S 5-10
The isolated rain far north of Washington, D.C. has come to an end, and partly cloudy conditions will prevail for the remainder of the night. Patchy fog is possible early Sunday morning especially west of I-95 with morning lows near 70°, which is ten degrees above average.
It'll be hot and humid through Tuesday of next week with high temperatures around 90° and probably in the lower 90s on Memorial Day. With the heat and humidity comes an unstable atmosphere and a slight chance (30%) of a few storms. More specifically, on Sunday one or two storms may pop-up over the mountains/west of I-81, and on Memorial Day a few storms could develop around the D.C. metro area. However, it looks as though the majority of the abc7 viewing