Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 3:30 p.m. July 6, 2015


Our overall weather pattern is trying to warm up and dry out.  High pressure over Minnesota will push a cool front our way for the second half of the week.  Ahead of that front, it is downright “soupy” outside.  Southerly breezes have pushed Florida levels of humidity into the Mid-Atlantic.  This is leading to numerous showers which could turn into occasional thunderstorms as we head into Monday evening.  Severe weather is not expected but any one of these showers could produce heavy rains for a half-hour or more.

By Tuesday morning our skies will be clearing out a bit.  Temperatures will start out in the mid 70s and rise into the low 90s by Tuesday afternoon under increasing amounts of sunshine.

That cool front is due to arrive on Wednesday afternoon.  This means that chances for rain will increase quickly after the morning commute.  Temperatures should reach to near 90 before a round of thunderstorms arrives in the mid afternoon.

Once the front passes by we should return to generally dry weather for Thursday and Friday with highs around 90 and lows in the low 70s.



Showers Likely

Rumbles Possible

Rain Chance: 70%

Wind: Southeast 5-10 mph

LOWS: 67°- 74°



Partly To Mostly Sunny

Hot And Humid

Light Breeze

Wind: Southwest 5-10 mph

HIGHS: 88°- 93°



Mostly To Partly Cloudy

Stray Shower Possible

Rain Chance: 30%

Wind: Southeast 5-10 mph

HIGHS: 82° – 88°



Partly Cloudy, Hot And Humid

Thundershowers Likely

Rain Chance: 50%

Wind: Southwest 5-15 mph

HIGHS: 86° – 91°


Climate info:


Average   High/Low 88/71

Records   High/Low 103/57

Sunrise/Sunset  5:50 AM  8:36 PM