Washington, District of Columbia 2021-06-10 05:54:25 –
The storm, which begins Thursday afternoon, is expected to rain more than an inch, raising concerns about flash floods.
Clouds build in the afternoon, with highs reaching mid-1980s, bringing the DMV out of this week’s heat wave.
It is expected to rain after lunch on Thursday. It may rain heavily by dinner.
“Rain can sometimes fall into the bucket,” says Storm Team 4 meteorologist Chuck Bell.
According to the National Weather Service, flash flood clocks are set to cover all DC metro areas and southern Maryland from noon to 8:00 pm.
Rain will continue overnight and is expected to continue until Friday afternoon, with total rainfall expected to be 1-2 inches.
These storms are slow moving, so local quantities can be 3 inches or more, Storm Team 4 says.
On Fridays, steady rains will be showered by the evening. Due to the lack of sunlight, temperatures stay in the 1960s all day long.
Weekend Weather Forecast in Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia
Looks comfortable on weekends. It may rain, but it’s not enough to kick off your outdoor plans.
If your mind is set on the beach or pool, there is still good enough summer weather.
On Saturdays, temperatures cool from the late 70’s to the late 80’s. There is a 20% chance of a shower.
It gets warmer on Sundays and is more likely to rain in the afternoon. Maximum temperatures range from the mid-1980s to mid-1980s, with several showers available after 4pm.
Use Storm Team 4 for the latest forecasts
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