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Storms and Showers Move Through DC Area Amid High Heat

A line of thunderstorms moved through Tuesday evening after another day of high heat in D.C., Maryland and Virginia

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Storms and rain moved through the Washington, D.C., area Tuesday afternoon as the region clocked its seventh consecutive day with temps above 90°.

A line of storms began coming into parts of Northern Virginia about 3:30 p.m. and moved out of the D.C. region by about 7 p.m.

Beautiful weather will settle in for the rest of the week and much of Labor Day weekend.

Afternoon highs will stay mostly in the mid-80s for the rest of the week amid lower humidity.

Labor Day Weekend Forecast in the DC Area

The early outlook for the long weekend includes plenty of sunshine Friday to Sunday. There’s a 40% rain chance on Monday, so stay with Storm Team4 to keep an eye on the forecast.

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