CommuteCast: Warm with a Risk of Showers
Warm again Saturday; unsettled late in the day
Sun, filtered through high cloudiness, has helped warmed temperatures into the upper 70s to low 80s across the area today, and some more breaks in the clouds are expected over the next few hours. Showers and thundershowers have now developed over West Virginia and these will track towards the area, while diminishing in intensity, this evening. Many places will stay dry, but a period of showers, and maybe some thunder, will be possible around sunset.
Tomorrow: Another warm one is shaping up for Saturday. After some peeks of sunshine in the morning, skies will trend back to cloudy as the day progresses. Winds from the south, ahead of a cold front, will help highs reach the upper 70s to low 80s, and will probably bring noticeably higher humidity as well. A line of showers and thunderstorms could arrive from the west during the late afternoon or evening. The greatest chance for moderate rainfall totals looks to be from D.C. and towards the north.
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