Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 7:43 p.m. Sept. 1, 2015

A persistent ridge of high pressure will keep a late season heat wave going for most of the rest of the workweek with few chances for anything more than isolated thunderstorms in the late day hours, and most of those chances will be confined to the higher elevations near the Blue Ridge. A weak cold front will move in starting Friday into Saturday and bring with it more cloud cover, more seasonable temperatures, and a better chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms.

REST OF TUESDAY EVENING: Hazy skies with a few clouds. Very warm and muggy.
Temperatures in the low 80s then upper 70s.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear. Hazy, warm, and muggy.
Lows: upper 60s to low 70s.

WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny. Hazy, hot, and humid. An isolated afternoon or evening thunderstorm.
Highs: low to mid 90s.

THURSDAY: Partly sunny. Hazy, hot, and humid. An isolated afternoon or evening thunderstorm.
Highs: mid 90s.

FRIDAY: Increasing clouds. Not as hot but still very warm. Humid. Scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms.
Highs: upper 80s to near 90.
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TODAY’S OBSERVED HIGH AT WASHINGTON-REAGAN NATIONAL: 95
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THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL DC CLIMATE NORMALS FOR TOMORROW
NORMAL RECORD YEAR
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE (F) 84 101 1980
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE (F) 67 50 1895
1892
SUNRISE AND SUNSET
SEPTEMBER 1 2015…..SUNRISE 637 AM EDT SUNSET 739 PM EDT
SEPTEMBER 2 2015…..SUNRISE 638 AM EDT SUNSET 737 PM EDT

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