Scattered showers and storms are popping up in the D.C. region after another hot day.
A flood warning is in effect for parts of Montgomery County until 1:30 a.m. and for parts of Prince George’s County through 7:30 a.m.
Local law enforcement reported flooding in low-lying areas, the National Weather Service said. Go here to see all weather alerts.
As always: Turn around, don't drown if you're on the road and encounter high water. Most drownings during floods occur in vehicles, the National Weather Service says.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms could be strong to severe, bringing strong winds and heavy rain with some hail.
Temperatures rose back into the low 90s and the heat index hit the upper 90s by the late afternoon, continuing a heat wave that already has stretched 11 days.
These storms are not expected to be as widespread as ones that rolled over the region Monday night, knocking out power to thousands of utility customers. But any isolated storm could be disruptive.
Chopper4 footage about midday showed serious flooding near the Prince George's County courthouse in Upper Marlboro.
A lingering shower is possible late Tuesday, with temperatures falling into the 70s as the D.C. area dries out overnight.
This weather pattern is set to repeat throughout the week, with hot days and afternoon storm and rain chances.
On Wednesday, expect to deal with temperatures around 90, with plenty of sunshine and a chance for isolated afternoon storms.
Thursday will be mostly to partly sunny and around 90.
The D.C. area will be partly to mostly cloudy by Friday, which could bring some rain and clouds at the end of the workweek and start of the weekend.
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