Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 4:45 p.m., Aug. 2, 2015

Sunday night will be another nice summer night with manageable heat. However, humidity will slowly creep in overnight and greet us when we step out Monday morning. Highs Monday will warm into the low to mid-90s, a touch warmer than Sunday. In addition, when you factor in the higher humidity the “feels like” temperature will approach 100 during the afternoon, especially in Washington. Highs Wednesday will still be around 90, so it is looking like we will have 13 consecutive days of 90 plus degree heat. 

While there are minor storm chances during the beginning of the week, the best chance of rain and storms is toward the end of the week. Some storms may impact the area overnight Monday into Tuesday. The best chance of rain is for areas well west of Washington. A shower or storm is also possible later in the day on Tuesday. There is a small risk for an evening storm on Wednesday as well. Thursday into Friday an area of low pressure will impact the region likely bringing plenty of clouds as well as showers and storms at times. Currently, it looks like this system will clear the area, and humidity, in time for the weekend.


SUNDAY NIGHT: Mainly clear and nice

Lows: 60s suburbs to Low 70s in D.C.


MONDAY: Mostly sunny, hot and humid. Chance shower, storm at night (mainly west of Washington)

Highs: Low to mid-90s but feeling near 100


TUESDAY: Mostly to partly sunny and warm. Isolated p.m. shower, storm possible

Highs: Upper 80s to low 90s


WEDNESDAY: Mostly to partly sunny and still hot. Chance of evening storm

Highs: Upper 80s to low 90s


THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, storms

Highs: Mid to upper 80s