There is nothing much of note on radar near us as of 9 p.m. tonight, and that will probably hold true for the rest of the night. The activity well to our north and well to our southeast-southwest will gradually quiet down overnight as the atmosphere cools. There is a lot of moisture in the atmosphere, so we cannot guarantee a rain-free night locally, but it is certainly the most likely outcome.

The start of the work-week looks to be pretty active weather-wise as a lingering frontal boundary continues to pour moisture into the mid-Atlantic. Starting tomorrow, the front is expected to push northward slightly into southern PA. This will not only increase shower and thunderstorm activity further north, but the humidity will also be on the rise.

However, the oppressive heat does not look like it will be making a return. As the front continues northward on Tuesday, the chance for showers and thunderstorms will lessen slightly, but there will still be significant moisture in place that could lead to more storms developing. We will keep you posted! #mdwx


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