Storm Team 4 Forecast

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    NEWSLETTERS

    For the morning and midday hours there will be some scattered showers to contend with and the chance of an isolated thunderstorm. As we move into the afternoon hours, clouds will begin to break up in spots with scattered showers and storms possible. The latest information is indicating a line of storms that will move through the area from west to east from noon until 4, lasting around 45 minutes to an hour for any given location. If this line materializes, it could contain some heavy rain. By the evening hours there will only be the chance of some scattered showers and storms with most folks looking dry by fireworks at 9. For afternoon and early evening cook-outs I wouldn’t cancel plans but have a back-up plan and be ready to move indoors. Otherwise, clouds will win out for most with highs in the mid 70s to lows 80s.

     

    Sunday will be the better of the two days with partly sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 80s. The upcoming work week continues with our unsettled, humid, and warm pattern we have had for the majority of the summer with storm chances just about every day.

    Independence Day: Morning/Midday: Scattered Showers, Chance Storm. Afternoon/Evening: Scattered Showers/Storms possible. Some PM Sun in spots
    Highs: Mid 70s to Low 80s

    Tonight: Chance Isolated Shower/Storm (mainly south of DC Metro) before midnight
    Lows: 60s

    Sunday: Patchy AM Fog. Partly Sunny & Warmer
    Highs: Low to Mid 80s

    Monday: Partly to Mostly Cloudy, Chance Showers/Storms
    Highs: Low to Mid 80s

    Tuesday: Partly Sunny, Chance Showers/Storms
    Highs: Mid to Upper 80s