Mostly clear skies expected tonight, with temperatures in the 60s.
A few lingering showers this morning, but expect a drier afternoon.
A flash flood watch is in effect for southern and western portions of the region tonight, as low pressure tracks eastward. We'll dry out on Sunday, but more unsettled weather is on the way afterwards.
Partly to mostly sunny skies expected today. There is a slight chance to see an isolated shower this afternoon for portions of the Potomac Highlands and Northern Virginia.
After a very active afternoon and evening, we'll gradually calm down and dry out overnight. High pressure builds eastward, giving much of the region a multi-day chance at some pleasant weather!
Few isolated showers before 4 PM. Showers and thunderstorms expected tonight. Tornado Watch will remain in effect until 9 PM.
Another round of showers and thunderstorms will move in tomorrow as low pressure tracks to the east. Afterwards, though, we finally get a break in the action...and it may last us the entire weekend!
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A cold front will move through the area today giving us scattered rain showers and the chance of thunderstorms.
A cold front will approach from the west tonight, bringing with it another chance for showers and thunderstorms through Wednesday night. Our next stretch of dry weather comes into the picture by the end of the work week.
High pressure takes over for today and will keep us hot and humid!
We'll receive a one day break from shower and thunderstorms chances tomorrow, but a cold front will approach from the west by Wednesday. Our next chance for a dry day arrives on Friday.
A warm front travels north today and moves straight through the 4State, giving some spots heavy rain through the evening.
Chance of a few isolated thunderstorms tonight.
High pressure keeps most of the area dry today.
After a dreary start to the day, the evening has rebounded just in time for fireworks. We'll continue this pleasant stretch of weather into the day tomorrow, but the next work week may not be as lucky.
Scattered showers will linger through much of the daytime, but towards sunset, we'll dry out. Sunday is a much better day, but the break doesn't last for very long.
A stationary front will keep the forecast soggy today.
Unsettled weather remains in the forecast through the upcoming weekend, though Saturday night fireworks may be able to get a break. We'll gradually warm up back into the mid 80's by next week.
A stationary front will stay parked south of the region for the next few days, giving us a few rounds of scattered showers and storms.
We began the month on a rather pleasant note, but the break doesn't last long. We run the risk for some thunderstorms through the weekend, but there may be hope for Saturday night.
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A cold front moves through the region today but it's not bringing too much activity, just a hit or miss thunderstorm this afternoon.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will roll through the region tonight, and while we are mainly dry tomorrow, a few thunderstorms can't be ruled out. The upcoming weekend forecast still looks more unsettled than not.
June could go out with a boom in some spots as we're in for the chance of severe storms this afternoon.
Cloud cover will increase through the night, and a few showers may arrive to our west as well. We run a marginal risk for severe weather tomorrow as a warm front lifts to the north. We'll also keep an eye on the upcoming weekend.
High pressure keeps us dry and sunny today with highs in the 80's!
A very wet day is in store for us tomorrow, with flash flood watches in effect for the entire region. Thankfully, we dry out Sunday afternoon and have a rather nice start to the next work week.
On and off showers and a few thunderstorms will move through the region tonight and tomorrow. Saturday, however, will feature cooler temperatures and rather heavy rainfall rates. Flash flooding concerns may arise during this time.
We had a simply beautiful day today, but the streak ends all too soon. We run a "Slight Risk" for severe weather tomorrow, and the weekend is also looking rather soggy overall.
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After a rather volatile night, we'll calm down just in time for the day tomorrow. More rain, however is still in the forecast.
A tornado warning is in effect for NW Garrett County.
After an absolutely beautiful but hot day today, we're getting ready for even more heat tomorrow. We also need to keep an eye on the skies, as the threat for severe weather returns tomorrow afternoon. We'll get another break on Wednesday.
A flash flood watch is in effect for much of the region from 8pm tomorrow through 8am Sunday, as we track the remnants of Tropical Depression Bill. Heavy rain is expected through that night, but a few breaks in the action are on the way next week.
A cold front will move into the area tonight, but in the mean time we're seeing the chance of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon.
We run the risk for some stronger thunderstorms tonight, and while we're mainly dry tomorrow, a pop-up storm cannot be ruled out. The weekend, unfortunately, looks rather soggy.
A warm front will hover over the area today and give us the chance of scattered, gusty storms.
After a brief break from the humidity that we've been seeing, it comes back tomorrow with showers and thunderstorms in tow. The weekend is a 50/50 split temperature wise, but the threat for scattered thunderstorms remains in place.
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An area of high pressure to the north will keep us mostly dry today, but showers and storms move in this evening.
A one day break from the humidity arrives tomorrow, and a second break may come in this weekend. Otherwise, our stretch of muggy, warm, and unsettled weather continues.
A cold front will move closer to the region today before passing the 4State overnight, giving us the chance of storms this afternoon.
An extended stretch of warm, humid, and unsettled weather will take us into the weekend. A few days have better chances for rainfall than others. We're also keeping an eye on the tropics.
High pressure to our south will continue to bring in warm, muggy conditions - we'll also see the chance of thunderstorms.
An unsettled and warm weekend is in store for the 4 State region. We don't see too much relief from this pattern until later next week...at least in terms of temperatures.
We stay unsettled and humid today and straight through the weekend.
Hot and humid weather remains in place for a while, as a cold front slowly moves to our south. As we go into next week, we also remain rather unstable...with daily chances for at least isolated thunderstorms.
Hot and humid today with the slight chance of a storm in the Potomac Highlands.