Timing Today’s Rain & Exiting Humidity

The latest North American Model (NAM) shows rain exiting the Interstate 95 corridor between 2 and 4pm as a cold front slides to our east, ushering in spring-like weather Wednesday and Thursday.

Goodbye Humidity

The dew points will plummet into the 40s on Wednesday morning bringing yet another break from Summer heat and humidity to the Mid-Atlantic. Lows will drop into the lower to mid 50s on Wednesday morning with highs holding in the middle to upper 70s.

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Very Chilly Temperatures Tonight in the DMV, Latest on the Tropics

Temperatures may dip into the mid to upper 40s across the Shenandoah Valley tonight. Further east across the suburbs of Washington, temperatures will drop into the lower to middle 50s. It’s one of those rare nights in June when you can open the windows as it will feel more like early April (image below courtesy pivotal weather).

Tropics are Heating Up, Watching Invest 92L as it may become Tropical Storm Claudette

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Numerous Storms and Flash Flooding Thursday, Much Cooler with Showers on Friday

A disturbance will advance eastward towards the DC Region on Thursday afternoon while a back-door cold front advances westward toward the interstate 95 corridor.  This squeeze play setup in the atmosphere should ignite numerous showers and thunderstorms with very heavy rainfall and gusty winds during the late afternoon and evening hours.

Timing Thursday’s Thunderstorms and Friday’s Showers

Locations today that remained mostly dry (west of the 95 corridor in Northern Virginia and central/northern Maryland) will likely see the heaviest storms tomorrow.

Temperatures Slide on Thursday Night/Friday

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