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StormWatch 7 HD Maps: Flood Watches & Warnings
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Today's Forecast Updated Monday at 12:00 PM
Showers and storms will be possible this afternoon and evening as an area of low pressure continues to sit just west of D.C.
- This Afternoon:
- Scattered T-Storms
- Highs: Mid 80s
- Wind: SSE 5-10 m.p.h.
- Lingering T-Storm, then Partly Cloudy
- Lows: 68-74
- Wind: S 4-8
- Partly Cloudy and Hot, Stray Storm
- Highs: Around 90
- Precipitation: 30%
Showers and a few storms will be scattered in variety this afternoon and evening as an area of low pressure hangs over West Virginia. Storms may contain heavy downpours with the best timing appearing to be around 4pm-8pm in the D.C. Metro. A few lingering showers and storms will be possible through Midnight but should taper off overnight with lows around 70 degrees.
Tuesday through the rest of the week will feature hot temperatures with highs around the 90 degree mark. A stray storm is possible tomorrow but a better likelihood for storms exists Wednesday as a disturbance moves through the area. The storm threat remains Thursday into the weekend but chances should remain isolated with about a 30% possibility each afternoon.
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