Scattered storms affected parts of the D.C. area on a hot and humid Thursday, which had Storm Team4 in Weather Alert mode.
Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms moved through the area in the afternoon and evening, prompting several severe thunderstorm warnings.
A severe thunderstorm watch for the metro area has been canceled.
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Friday is set to be very hot, with a high of 97 and a 20% chance of rain.
The weekend will be breezy, comfortable and less humid. It will be “a treat for June in our area,” Draper said.
We’re set to have a beautiful Monday, with high temps in the low 80s, and then we’ll feel the humidity again starting Tuesday, with temps climbing toward 90.
Stay with Storm Team4 and NBC Washington for updates on the forecast.