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Storm Team4 Forecast

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    NEWSLETTERS

    After near record heat this Friday afternoon, it will be a bit less humid over the weekend, but still hot Saturday and Sunday afternoons with highs in the low-to-mid-90s along with plenty of sunshine. Only a small chance of afternoon storms next Monday and Tuesday, otherwise no rain over the next 10 days. Highs Monday in the mid-90s, near 90 on Tuesday, and low to mid-90s on Wednesday with partly cloudy skies. Turning a bit cooler by the end of next week with highs Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the low-to-mid-80s. There’s a chance of a tropical disturbance tracking along the Carolina coast late next week, but it should be far enough away from our region to keep us dry. Record highs this Friday, August 26: 97 at DCA in 1948 and 95 at Dulles in 1998. D.C. average Hi/Lo now 85/69.

    THIS AFTERNOON:

    Partly Cloudy, Hot & Humid, High 95

    TONIGHT:

    Mostly Clear, Low 73

    SATURDAY & SUNDAY:

    Mostly Sunny, A Bit Less Humid, Highs Low-Mid 90s

    MONDAY:

    Partly Cloudy, Hot & Rather Humid, High 96, 30% Chance PM Storm

    TUESDAY:

    Partly Cloudy, Rather Humid, 30% Chance PM Storm, High 91

    WEDNESDAY:

    Mostly Sunny, Moderate Humidity, High 96

    THURSDAY:

    Mostly Sunny, Less Humid, High 89

    NEXT FRIDAY & SATURDAY:

    Mostly Sunny, Low Humidity, Highs Low to Mid 80s