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DC, Maryland, Virginia Weather for Wednesday, May 5 – NBC4 Washington – Washington, District of Columbia

Washington, District of Columbia 2021-05-05 05:50:17 –

Another storm and gust is expected in the Washington, DC area on Wednesday, ready to cool down until the weekend.

rear Tuesday strong storm According to Storm Team 4 meteorologist Chuck Bell, 0.5-inch rains around Washington, DC pose the threat of the last heavy storm of the week on Wednesday. Visit here to view all weather alerts..

Bring an umbrella to take a shower frequently on Wednesday mornings.

The cold front reaches the I-95 corridor around noon, which may be accompanied by rain or thunderstorms. The probability of rain or storm is 70%.

Maximum temperatures range from the mid-1970s to the mid-1970s, but temperatures drop to about 60 ° by sunset in cooler, drier northwesterly winds. Keep a warm layer at hand.

From 2 pm to 10 pm, gusts of 40 mph or more can occur.

By Thursday morning, temperatures will drop to the 1940s and peaks will be in the 1960s, even in almost clear skies.

It gets cooler on Fridays and can rain at noon.

Mother’s Day Weekend Forecast in Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia

Saturday is a more sunny bet for Mother’s Day weekend plans, but it cools down at highs in the late to mid-1960s.

Storm Team 4 maintains the possibility of rain on Sunday’s Mother’s Day forecast. It’s not raining all day, but it will rain in the middle of the afternoon and the maximum temperature will be close to 70 degrees Celsius.

According to the 10-day forecast, temperatures are well below average, at least until next Wednesday or Thursday.

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