Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated at 4:58 p.m., May 26, 2015 

Today is our hottest day since last Tuesday. Temperatures are in the mid to upper 80s, and with humidity it feels every bit like summer. We have a chance of seeing a few scattered showers and thunderstorms from late afternoon on into the evening. Our main threat will be just east of Interstate 81. Any storms could produce downpours. Look for a higher threat of area-wide thunderstorms on Wednesday. Once again, temperatures will top out around 90 with heat index values just above that 90-degree mark. By Thursday morning we may see morning fog and then by early afternoon humidity lowers.  Any showers or storms should remain south of D.C. as the front moves to Southern Maryland. Friday won’t be as hot and temperatures will reach the mid 80s.

OVERNIGHT: Partly Cloudy to mostly cloudy- muggy

Lows: 60s to near 70

Winds: S 5-10


TOMORROW: Mix of sun and clouds. Widespread showers and afternoon storms. Humid all day

Highs: Mid to upper 80s

Winds: S to SW 5-10


Thursday: Hot and humid. Scattered afternoon storms

Highs: Mid to upper 80s


Friday: Partly cloudy. Some isolated afternoon storms

Highs: Mid 80s



High/Low Yesterday: 85º/67º
Precipitation: 0.00”
Normal High/Low: 78º/59º
Record High/Low: 94º (1880) / 42°(1877)
Sunrise: 5:48AM  |   Sunset: 8:23PM