A strong, fast-moving storm moved through Washington D.C. and the metro area Saturday.
All local severe thunderstorm warnings have expired, but a severe thunderstorm watch remains in place for Washington and surrounding areas in Maryland and Virginia until 9 p.m. Saturday.
The storm left some pockets of minor damage -- mostly tree limbs that fell during the fast-moving storm.
Temperatures of the next couple of days will remain in the 90s, but the humidity will be much less than Saturday.
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