PM Update: A Few Showers Into Evening
Storm threat minimal; Nice weekend ahead
Behind the area of showers that moved through during mid-afternoon, we're left with just the chance of a few passing showers or an isolated thunderstorm into the evening. As we expected might be the case, the metro area avoided any severe weather, and the Severe Thunderstorm Watch that was in effect earlier today has expired. More sun and less humidity are on their way for the weekend.
Through Tonight: The chance of a few passing showers or an isolated storm should diminish late this evening (after around 9 p.m.) as a low-pressure system moves northeast and a cold front pushes through. Some drier air will work in behind the system, so lows should fall to the low-and-mid 60s most spots, maybe only down to the upper 60s in D.C.
Tomorrow (Saturday): Expect a pretty great start to the weekend on Saturday as partly to mostly sunny skies lead to temperatures rising to the mid-80s. The humidity of recent days should be lessened a good bit as well and a westerly breeze will keep the air moving. Outside a possible isolated shower late in the day, it sure looks like a nice one!
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