Severe Thunderstorms Well East of District
After matching the previous hottest day of the summer (the mercury reached 96 at DCA which it also hit on July 16), an intense line of thunderstorms has developed over northeast Maryland and should pivot southward over the next several hours. These storms may produce dangerous lightning, torrential rain, and very strong winds. Most of the action should stay east of a line from Baltimore to Annapolis. However, we'll keep you posted if the storms get any closer to the metro region...
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. And see our full forecast through Wednesday.
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