A weekend that is likely to bring some heavy rains to some areas is on tap, as the remnants of tropical depression Bill come our way.
A day with more humidity that yielded several rounds of strong storms in several areas, particularly around D.C.
A warm front that has been south of us today will move across the region and produce more of that higher humidity and more scattered shower and thundershower activity tonight and tomorrow as well.
Another warm and humid day that did produce some showers and thundershowers across the region. Tomorrow, another humid day, and again, another chance of those showers and storms firing up.
Plenty of cloud cover, shower & t-storms in the area this morning made temps slow to rise.
Tropical moisture today into tomorrow with showers and heavier thunderstorms around.
A frontal boundary separating drier, warm conditions to our north, from hot and steamy conditions to our south will be the main driver of our weather over the next week.
A cold front that has been draped across the region over the past few days will linger around today, allowing for showers and heavy thunderstorms this afternoon and evening.
After two very warm and humid days, some minor relief is on tap for your Saturday.
A very warm, and humid day, that brought our temperature up to 93 with a heat index of 96 degrees and a Code Orange air quality alert.
The next three days will feature temperatures around or above 90, and higher humidity will make it feel even warmer.
A much drier Tuesday greeted us during the morning, and those nice west winds really dried us out from the heavy storms of Monday night.