The D.C. area will be hit by heavy rain overnight Wednesday into Thursday, with 1-2" or more possible, according to the National Weather Service.
A flash flood watch will go into effect overnight from 2 a.m. through Thursday evening for the D.C. region, and that won't be the last of the rain — the region is in for a stretch of wet days that will continue for the rest of the week.
Remember to never drive through flooded roadways.
Thursday will have the heaviest rainfall overall off and on, with thunderstorms possible in the afternoon. It will be humid, with temperatures back in the low 80s.
The weekend is expected to begin with a noticeable temperature drop. Friday and Saturday are set to bring some of the coolest days the D.C. area has seen in months. Temperatures will top out in the upper 70s amid cloudy skies, drizzle and mist.
A cold front is expected to arrive Sunday, bringing some heavy, soaking rain. Then, sunshine will finally return to the region on Monday.
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