Scattered showers with isolated pockets of heavy rain soaked parts of the D.C. area Monday, leading to more flooding in already saturated portions of our region.
Flash flood warnings were in effect for parts of the District, Montgomery County in Maryland and Arlington and Fairfax counties in Virginia until 2:30 a.m.
Storm Team4 said to expect some rain showers overnight and declared a Weather Alert. See all severe weather alerts from the National Weather Service here.
The National Weather Service reported flash flooding in D.C., Prince George's County, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Alexandria and Falls Church.
Temperatures climbed into the low 80s Monday and will fall into the 70s overnight.
There could be a little bit more sunshine at times Tuesday, with some more showers and possibly even a few thunderstorms pushing through the region. There will be plenty of dry time over the next 48 hours, though. Temperatures will climb into the mid-80s Tuesday.
By Wednesday and Thursday, we will be tapping into tropical moisture from remnants of Tropical Storm Fred. Fred will pass west of us, over West Virginia, bringing moisture with it. It will remain humid Wednesday and Thursday, with temperatures in the mid- to upper 80s. We will have showers, heavy at times, and even a few thunderstorms both those days.
Moisture will keep flowing Friday and through the weekend, with temperatures in the mid- to upper 80s. The humidity will stick around right through the weekend, as well as daily rain chances.