What to Know
- The D.C. area's classic summer weather pattern continues with a hot, humid Saturday and chances for isolated afternoon storms
- Sunday may be the best day of the weekend to get outside. It's set to be breezy with falling humidity
- Thinking ahead to the Fourth of July? The forecast is looking hot and humid, and storms can't be ruled out
The D.C.-area heat wave has fueled thunderstorms all day on Saturday.
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Sunday morning dawns with plenty of sunshine and a small chance for isolated rain. The best part of Sunday may be falling humidity brought on by breezy conditions.
Sunday is slated to be a great day to get outside, Storm Team4 Meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts says.
The break from the humidity continues Monday, but steamier air is set to return on Tuesday. There are on-and-off chances for rain and storms through next week.
Thinking ahead to the Fourth of July? It's looking hot and humid, and there's a chance for some afternoon storms.
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