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Posted at 6:25 PM ET, 09/13/2008

A Few Evening Storms; Hot & Humid Sunday

By Dan Stillman

A few thunderstorms have popped up in the southwestern suburbs, now affecting parts of Fauquier and Prince William counties. These are moving toward the east-southeast, so areas near and south of the District should be on the look out over the next couple hours, after which storm activity should dissipate.

Monitor evening storms and any severe warnings issued by the National Weather Service with our Severe Weather Tracking Station below. Also, see our full forecast, UnitedCast for tonight's game, and SkinsCast for tomorrow's season home opener.

Severe Weather Tracking Station
Warning Text: DC | MD | VA
Radar: Latest D.C. area radar loop from Weather Underground. Click on image to expand, zoom and for other options. Refresh page to update.
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Warnings: Severe warnings from the National Weather Service. Updates without refresh (most browsers). Click label in legend for detailed warning text.

By Dan Stillman  | September 13, 2008; 6:25 PM ET
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Comments

ready for hell on earth again tomorrow

Posted by: Period | September 13, 2008 6:49 PM | Report abuse

Is it September yet?

Posted by: mcleaNed | September 13, 2008 8:23 PM | Report abuse

I was in Dumfries most of the evening, and the storms were pretty good down there. Lots of "heat lightning," and tons of heavy rain. I even stood out in it for a while around 9:00 PM. Got soaking wet - rain dripping off my face and clothes - but it was worth it. I love standing outside in storms and stuff.

And a note on Ike. The NHC has Ike STRENGTHENING back into a Tropical Storm over Canada. What the heck is up with that? Is Canada the new tropics of the north?

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at4+shtml/024816.shtml?table#contents

Posted by: weatherdudeVA | September 13, 2008 11:15 PM | Report abuse

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