Much Needed Rainfall for Parts of the DC Region Late Tonight through Sunday

The DC Region could use some widespread rain as not everyone has been blessed with receiving some of the heavier rainfall totals associated with the scattered summertime thunderstorms of late.

The latest future-cast radar image below (timestamp in top left corner, courtesy PivotalWx) shows showers and thunderstorms impacting areas mainly along and east of the Interstate 95 corridor late tonight through Sunday.

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Watching Northeast Maryland this Evening for Severe Storm Potential

Temperatures will soar into the middle to upper 90s with heat indexes approaching 105 degrees. Be cautious while exercising outdoors and know the symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

Watching Northeastern Maryland this Evening for Potential Severe Storms

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Final Day of Heatwave in DMV, Scattered Storms Possible Late this Afternoon

Highs today will climb into the mid to upper 90s with real feel temperatures in the lower 100s. Widely scattered thunderstorms may develop across the DC Region late this afternoon into the evening hours.

The image above (courtesy Pivotal Weather) shows the future cast radar from the North American Model with a time stamp in the upper left hand corner showing where scattered thunderstorms may develop late this afternoon and evening.