The D.C. metro area was hit by more severe weather on Sunday, with thunderstorm watches and warnings issued for various parts of Northern Virginia and Maryland.
Severe thunderstorm watches were in effect for the entire D.C. metro area until 1 a.m. Monday, including Washington, D.C., Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George's, and Saint Mary's in Maryland.
Severe thunderstorm watches were also in effect for all of Northern Virginia, including Arlington County, Alexandria, Culpeper Fairfax, Falls Church, Fauquier Manassas, Loudoun County, Prince William County, and Stafford County.
Meanwhile, severe thunderstorm warnings issued for south central Anne Arundel, northwestern Calvert, and east central Prince George's County in Maryland expired at 7:15 p.m. Sunday.
And in Virginia, severe thunderstorm warnings issued for southwestern Fauquier and central Culpeper counties expired at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
Multiple rounds of bad weather were expected likely to hit, the National Weather Service said.
Scattered severe storms popped up on the radar first, bringing the potential for damaging winds and large hail. Later in the evening and overnight, there were more chances for possibly severe storms.
Bad weather could continue into Memorial Day, with a 40% chance of storms. Temperatures are looking less warm with an expected high of 85 degrees on Monday before jumping back into the 90s midweek. Check Storm Team4's forecast for the latest.
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