CommuteCast: Quieter Than Yesterday; T-storm?
Hot and humid Friday, scorching weekend
While cleanup continues following yesterday's severe weather outbreak, more storms are the last thing many would like to see, but a few may be around this afternoon into early evening. Places affected will be much less in number than yesterday, but there is a chance a few strong to possibly severe storms will pop up this afternoon. Isolated damaging wind will be the main threat with any storms that do form.
Highs are now approaching the mid to upper 80s and if you think that's too warm, you might want to skip town for a while, because you haven't seen anything yet.
Tonight: Isolated showers or thunderstorms will diminish after sunset leaving the area mostly cloudy, and clearing is expected throughout the night. Lows only drop to around 70 as the summertime levels of humidity continue across the area.
Tomorrow: Friday could be the official start of a multi-day heat wave. Mostly sunny skies will lead to highs in the upper 80s to low 90s (though a wedge of cooler air may keep areas along the Bay in the mid 80s and the Eastern Shore in the upper 70s to low 80s). It should be one of the first truly hot days of the season as heat and humidity combine for afternoon heat indices into the mid and upper 90s. A stray storm is not out of the question, but chances will be lower than today.
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