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Posted at 2:20 PM ET, 06/14/2008

Update: A Stormy Afternoon and Evening

By Dan Stillman

ALERTS

6:30 PM: A second line of showers and storms is now heading into the western suburbs. These should move inside the beltway between 6:45 and 7:30 p.m. and pass through the eastern suburbs by 8:30 p.m. These storms will likely produce heavy rain and some gusty winds. The heaviest activity should occur in the southern suburbs including Prince William County and Charles County. After this batch of storms rolls through, some lighter showers will continue which taper off by around midnight.

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2:20 PM: A line of thunderstorms is approaching the metro area from the west, and should reach the western edge of the Beltway around 3:15 or 3:30, continuing eastward after that. Additional storms are likely later in the afternoon and into the late evening. Some storms are likely to be quite strong, possibly reaching severe levels.

By Dan Stillman  | June 14, 2008; 2:20 PM ET
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