The weather through much of Wednesday should remain quiet with a noticeable uptick in humidity during the midweek. Meanwhile, an upper-level trough and surface cold front will slowly traverse our region on Wednesday night through Thursday increasing the risk of heavy rain and flooding.
Rising Dew Points will Make the Humidity Feel Increasingly Uncomfortable
Upper-Level Trough and Surface Cold Front Will Increase the Risk of Heavy Rain and Flooding Thursday
Several Inches of Rain Could Fall Area-wide on Thursday
The latest rainfall forecast from the Weather Prediction Center (WPC) suggests the potential for one to three inches on Thursday.
The cold front should clear the area on Friday bringing our first real blast of Fall-like temperatures in its wake with lows dipping into the middle 50s in DC and highs in the middle 70s next weekend.