From the ABC 7 Weather team

Washington D.C. Forecast: T'storms Ending, Warm and Muggy

June 25, 2013 - 10:15 PM
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Storm chances will increase tomorrow and Thursday and high heat and humidity will remain across the region.

A Few Clouds, Muggy
Lows: 70s
Wind: SW 5 m.p.h.
Hot and Humid, PM Storms
Highs: 90-95
Precipitation: 30%
Scattered Storms, Possibly Severe
Highs: Low 90s
Precipitation: 60%

Thunderstorms may be possible later tonight close to bedtime.

A Severe T-Storm Watch is in effect for parts of the D.C. area until 2am. This includes Loudoun County in VA and Frederick County in MD and points Northwest. Storms are currently along a line in PA and OH and are expected to continue to be strong as they move towards the Mason-Dixon Line. As heating will be lost after sunset, storms may lose a little punch by the time they get closer to the D.C. area. We will continue to keep an eye on them.

Chances for storms remain on Wednesday, with otherwise hot and humid conditions. Highs will again approach the mid 90s. By Thursday a strong cold front will bring stormy conditions. Some severe weather will be possible both Thursday morning and then again late Thursday into Friday. There will be a bit of heat relief then Friday and Saturday… we drop out of the 90s, but still very warm and humid in the mid to upper 80s.

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