Rain Moving Out of the Area - NBC4 Washington

Rain Moving Out of the Area

Cold front moving in



    Get the forecast from Storm4 meteorologist Veronica Johnson. (Published Tuesday, June 12, 2012)

    Most of the rainy weather had moved out of the area Tuesday evening.

    A few storms and showers to the west are expected to die down as they approach the D.C. area, Storm4 meteorologist Doug Kammerer said, but we could see a few more showers.

    A coastal flood warning is in effect for Anne Arundel County, Md., until 6 a.m. Wedneday due to a tidal anomaly about 2 feet above normal. High tide in Annapolis is at 1:45 a.m.

    A coastal flood advisory is in effect for much of the area until 6 a.m. Wednesday due to a tidal anomaly 1-2 feet above normal.

    Light, scattered showers arrived overnight Monday and have continued through the day Tuesday.

    D.C. has accumluated less than two-tenths of an inch of rain, but some areas to the north and west got a half-inch to an inch of rainfall.

    D.C. is still 5.31 inches below average for the year, Kammerer said.

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