Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 5:17 a.m. July 6, 2015
A weak warm front will continue passing through the area Monday. Dew points are already back in the low 70s, making it feel quite muggy. Scattered showers will taper off by midday, then the daytime heating and humidity and nearby front will combine to set off widely scattered thunderstorms again during the afternoon and evening hours, and some of them could be slow movers with briefly heavy rainfall. The showers and storms will end overnight as the front fizzles out and high pressure takes over.
The humidity will ease up on Tuesday, but with more sunshine, hotter temperatures will take over, so it won’t feel like much of a break. Any storms on Tuesday look like they will be very isolated. A weak cold front will pass through on Wednesday and bring another, better, chance of thunderstorms.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy, very warm and muggy. A few widely scattered showers in the morning; scattered thunderstorms developing in the afternoon
Highs: Low to mid-80s.
MONDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy, warm and muggy. A few lingering showers or thunderstorms ending by the morning rush, with patchy fog
Lows: Upper 60s to low 70s.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny. Hot, but a little less humid, with an isolated afternoon thunderstorm
Highs: Upper 80s to low 90s
WEDNESDAY: Clear early, then increasing clouds with afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Hot and humid
Highs: Low 90s
THURSDAY: Partly sunny; hot, but a bit less humid
Highs: Low 90s
Records for this date at DCA:
High 100 (1919), low 52 (1933, 1907)
Sunrise 5:49 a.m. Sunset 8:37 p.m.
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