100 degree temperatures are nowhere to be found in the D.C. area this week.
Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Patchy Fog
Lows: 70s | Wind: Light
Tuesday: Partly Sunny, Stray Storm
Highs: Mid 80s | Wind: SE 4-8 m.p.h.
Wednesday: Partly Sunny and Warm
Highs: Mid 80s | Wind: Variable
The cold that passed through the area yesterday afternoon and broke the Heat Wave has become stationary south of the Washington area. Because we are so close to this boundary, the weather will continue to be rather unsettled for the next several days. While the threat of severe weather has also pushed southward with the front, our proximity to it will keep skies rather cloudy with low-end chances for isolated showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will remain below average as the stationary from is preventing the obscene heat and humidity from moving northward. I think we’ll see a bit more sunshine by weeks end but will also see a slight increase in the daily possibilities of showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures could return to the 90 degree mark by Sunday.
Records This Weekend:
• Reached 102 Sunday, breaking the record from 1993.
• Hit to 105 Saturday, besting the record of 102 and coming within a degree of the all-time record of 106.
• We have had 4 consecutive days of 100+.
• We have had 11 consecutive days of 95+.
• Hit 101 Sunday, breaking the record of 100.
• Reached 101 Saturday, tying their record.
• Hit 100 Sunday, tying their record.
• Hit 104 Saturday, shattering the record of 101 from 2010.