Things are heating up in D.C. ahead of Tuesday's MLB All-Star Game... literally.
Temperatures are expected to reach the 90s amid high humidity.
Thunderstorms — some possibly severe — are also on the radar ahead of the main event of the Midsummer Classic. But baseball fans need not worry too much, as the heaviest rains aren't forecast to wash out the game.
You'll likely see the first rains after lunchtime. The clouds are expected to move out near the evening commute.
The rain may bring a break from the heat just in time for the All-Star Game. Temperatures Tuesday night are forecast to hit the high 70s.
Some areas could see severe weather including gusting winds, hail and heavy downpours. See a full list of weather alerts here.