Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated at 5:32 p.m. May 5, 2015 

Expect scattered moderate showers and possibly some thunder up until 7 to 8 p.m.  A few showers could linger later.  Storm Team 4 is tracking a weather front moving south from Pennsylvania tonight.  By Wednesday it will be right over the area to produce more clouds and possibly a few stronger storms by afternoon.  Showers and Thunderstorms will continue through the evening. Early in the day Wednesday, we are anticipating some fog and slightly humid conditions. Thursday we will begin to dry out, but a fair amount of clouds will remain. Temperatures on Thursday will still be above normal but about the “coolest” we will see this week as they top out in the upper 70s.

Mother’s Day now looking cooler with a few more clouds and possibly a shower. There is an area of low pressure, that may come close enough to the coast, to produce a few showers on both Saturday and even Sunday. Nothing major, just something to keep an eye on. Afternoon temperatures will hit the low 80s.



OVERNIGHT: Lingering light spotty showers, fog, mild

Lows: Lower to mid-60s
Winds: SW light


TOMORROW: Partly sunny/Mostly cloudy. Afternoon Showers with isolated storms

Lows: Around 80
Winds: NE 3-6  mph


THURSDAY: Very limited a.m. sun (mainly clouds) – dry and a touch cooler

Highs: Upper 70s


FRIDAY: Mix of sun and clouds
Highs: Low 80s


SATURDAY & SUNDAY: Cloud / Sun Mix, Chance of an occasional shower, especially south and east of D.C.
Highs: Lower to mid-80s


High/Low Yesterday: 84º/56º
Precipitation: 0.00”
Normal High/Low: 72º/53º
Record High/Low: 93º(1928) / 39°(1986)
Sunrise: 6:06AM  |   Sunset: 8:04PM