Grab your umbrella! Strong storms could move into the D.C. area Wednesday afternoon.
The hot and humid weather brought more storms to the area Tuesday afternoon, with heavy rain and lightning.
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Flood warnings are in effect for some parts of the region as hot, humid conditions settle in.
The rainy weather continues Tuesday, and we won't see any relief from the rain for several days.
Storms that threatened to drench concertgoers at FedEx Field and Nats Park Friday evening are no longer a threat.
Heavy and slow-moving rain has turned some D.C. roads into rivers, sent water crashing through the ceiling of a Virginia restaurant and flooded multiple levels of a mall parking garage Wednesday evening.
Basements and ballparks are flooded in Frederick, where the Monocacy River crested above the flood stage Wednesday.
The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF0 tornado touched down at a high school in Virginia.
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