CommuteCast: Spring Ends Mostly Quiet
Summer officially begins tonight at 7:59 p.m.
As the work week (and spring) comes to an end, we are greeted by a taste of warmer temperatures to come. Highs are now topping out in the low to mid 80s across the area under partly sunny skies. Isolated showers or thunderstorms are possible for the rest of the day, but they should be few and far between. Any storms that form may be capable of brief gusty winds and small hail.
Tonight: After a risk of isolated showers and thunderstorms this evening, skies trend mostly clear overnight. Temperatures will fall through the 70s and into the upper 60s by midnight, with lows ranging from 60 to 65 by sunrise. Winds will be light from the south or southwest.
Tomorrow: Humidity ticks up another notch on Saturday, the first full day of summer. Temperatures should feel quite summer-like as well, with highs rising into the mid and upper 80s. Come afternoon or early evening, some showers and thunderstorms (which have the potential to be strong in spots) may enter the area while an upper-level disturbance moves by.
Check Camden's full forecast for a look at the storm threat on Sunday and a glimpse into next week. Don't forget NatCast if headed to Nationals Park this evening, and BeachCast for your weekend getaway plans.
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