Weather warnings in place for DC, parts of Va., Md.

WASHINGTON — The National Weather Service has issued severe thunderstorm warnings and watches for D.C. and large parts of Maryland and Virginia.

The severe thunderstorm watch extends to the following areas until 11:00 p.m.:

In Maryland:
Calvert County
St. Mary’s County
Anne Arundel County
Prince George’s County
Charles County
Carroll County
Frederick County
Washington County

In Virginia:
City of Alexandria
Fairfax County
Stafford County
Prince William County


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Weather Forecast

A few showers lingered Saturday morning as the weather continues to heat up. Expect heat and humidity as temperatures climb into the mid-80s.

After a few morning showers, more showers and thunderstorms are expected through the afternoon and into the evening with heavy downpours, lots of lightning and some more flooding possible. This is all due to a cold front that will sweep through the area late Saturday night.

Eventually that front will stall to the south of the area for the next several days. Humidity lowers for Sunday with partly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-80s.

Another chance of rain returns early next week, but only isolated chances on Monday with better chances south of D.C. Temperatures stay in the 80s through next week.

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NBC Storm Team 4’s Lauryn Ricketts contributed to this report.


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