Heat Wave Takes Toll on D.C. Region

Severe Storms Possible Overnight

More chances of storms throughout the week

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Keep an eye on Storm Team 4 Doppler radar overnight as the next round of storms makes its way toward the D.C. region.

    The best chance of storms will be from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m., according to meteorologist Chuck Bell. However, he said this will be more of a Virginia problem than a Maryland problem. He also said this round will be nothing like the derecho that pummeled our area Friday night.

    Weather Forecast PM 7/1/2012

    [DC] Weather Forecast PM 7/1/2012
    Chuck Bell's forecast for Sunday July 1, 2012

    There is a chance of thunder and lightning associated with this front during the overnight hours, but it should be out of the area by daybreak.

    There is a slight chance of storms on Monday. Bell said Tuesday is looking to be storm-free, but there is a chance of storms returning on the Fourth of July.

    Temperatures will be in the mid-90s for most of the week.

     


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