A cloudy and cooler day for the most part, but so far, most of the rains have bypassed our local area.
A body of low pressure moving out of Missouri and into the Tennessee Valley is destined to bring rain to the mid-Atlantic region late today, tonight and tomorrow.
A little break from the heat coming up the next five days.
Thursday, a system coming our way from the Midwest will bring clouds and the chance of showers and perhaps a thundershower later in the day.
Today will hot, but dry with lower humidity and a good amount of sunshine.
So we have another sunny Summer-like day on tap.
A front crossing the area did create some showers and thunderstorms–some were severe. Drier air will move in overnight, and tomorrow will be a sunny, warm and more comfortable day.
While the early morning storms are gone, we are still dealing with a slow-moving frontal aboundary that will likely re-activate during the afternoon as it moves across the region.
It is really rare that we have big time severe weather like that in the mornings.
A dry, but warm airmass all across the region made for a few very nice summer days. Tomorrow, a front will approach the area and may produce a shower or thunderstorm in spots.
Expect a variety of weather this first full week of August.
Summer like today. Then weather life is going to change.