Strong Storms Possible; Mugginess Continues
Muggy air and an approaching cold front are combining to produce a good chance of some storms in the metro area this evening and tonight. Along with the potential for heavy downpours, some storms could be strong to severe with hail and gusty winds (and of course dangerous lightning). We saw one round of scattered showers and storms come through during the afternoon into early evening, and now a larger round is arriving during the late evening, with still more showers/thunderstorms further west and nearer the front.
Monitor radar and severe warnings issued by the National Weather Service on our Severe Weather Tracking Sation below. Also, see our full forecast into early next week, and our Weather Wall for the ultimate overview of D.C. area current conditions.
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