Dry to start your Tuesday after a round of Monday storms. . . Most of today will be dry with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies, then we’ll see the chance for afternoon showers to develop, most of which should be North of DC as low pressure moves North and pulls away from the area.
High pressure will be positioned to our Southwest over the next few days, which means it keeps us dry, but also hot and humid. We’ll be back in the 90s by tomorrow through Friday. Friday evening we’ll see showers move in with our next cold front, then over the weekend we’ll be watching an area of low pressure approach from the West. Right now, it looks to bring in more rain chances late Saturday (Most of Clear the Shelters still looks dry!). Sunday looks pretty different than it did yesterday. . . There’s a chance we could see this area of low pressure stay over us for Sunday now, and that would give high rain chances for the end of the weekend. We’ll be watching this through the week for any changes.
Next week a drier pattern sets up for Monday and Tuesday with our next rain chance on Wednesday with an approaching low and cold front.
Normal high is 87
Today: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy, 30% chance PM showers, mainly North, 87
Tonight: chance early shower, then partly cloudy, lows around 70
Wednesday: mostly sunny, 91
Thursday: mostly sunny to partly cloudy, 93
Friday: partly cloudy, humid, 94, chance PM showers/t’storms
Saturday: partly cloudy, near 90, PM shower chance
Sunday: mid 80s, chance showers and t’storms