Moisture moving toward the Washington region from the southwest could trigger more showers and storms Friday night.
Severe weather is possible throughout the evening and although it is not expected to be widespread, some individual storms could produce damaging winds and hail.
Meteorologist Veronica Johnson said another round of storms is likely to pass through the area in the late evening hours and could bring winds with speeds up to 50-60 mph, as well as some hail.
On Saturday, the best chance of strong storms should stay just south of Washington during the day, with heavy rainfall possible in some areas.
Previously Sunday was looking similar, but things are looking up now.
Expect highs near 80 on Friday and Saturday, with low 70s on Sunday.
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