On Sunday, like Saturday, umbrellas are still advised.
The air around the nation's capital was completely saturated on Sunday morning, standing at 100 percent humidity.
There will be chances for a sliver of sunshine to peak out between late morning and 1 p.m., but after that, keep your rain coat ready.
Strong thunderstorms are possible Sunday afternoon, starting at 2 p.m. High temperatures will be in the mid 70's, normal for Spring time in the region.
Rainfall dropped across the region Saturday, with as much as 3/4 of an inch recorded in southern Prince George's County.
The gray weather will persist through next week. For those waiting for sunny days, a break in the clouds is not expected before next Thursday. On the bright side, wetter weather will be plumping up those lawns and helping May flowers to bloom.
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