Rain and scattered thunderstorms moved into the D.C. area Thursday after a hot and humid day with a heat index that climbed above 100.
The rain continues into Friday, and a flash flood watch is in effect through the afternoon for D.C. and parts of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Track all weather alerts here.
Thursday added to the record for most 90-degree days in a month with 28. The previous record was 25 days in July 2011.
Friday is set to be cooler, with a high in the mid-80s. Saturday will be in the high 80s, with rain and storms possible. The same will follow for Sunday, except a few degrees hotter.
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