Thunderstorms to Rumble Thru Region This P.M.
*Update: It's 1 a.m. and most of immediate metro area has been rain-free. The first batch of storms -- which I thought might die out before arriving, did just that. The second batch missed us to our northeast. No getting around it, that was a blown forecast.*
Scattered showers and thunderstorms now appear likely in the metro area beginning late this afternoon. One line of activity will probably move through between 3:30 and 6:00 p.m. from west to east, though it may weaken or even dissipate as it nears the District and points east. Another line of storms, associated with a cold front, should move through later tonight, probably between 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. or so (from west to east). The second line of storms will probably bring more widespread heavy rain than the first.
Monitor radar and severe warnings issued by the National Weather Service on our Severe Weather Tracking Station below. Also, comment below with conditions where you are.
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