After a short hiatus, stormy weather continues for parts of the D.C. region. Storm Team 4 meteorologists Somara Theodore said severe thunderstorms are possible through the evening and floods may threaten the region through the end of the weekend.
WASHINGTON — After a few days of sunshine, the region’s battle with wet weather continues over the weekend as parts of the D.C. area received warnings for severe thunderstorms and flash flooding.
Storm Team 4 meteorologists Somara Theodore said floods may threaten the region through the end of the weekend.
“The atmosphere is well primed and we are well positioned for thunderstorm development. Where these storms pop up, they will be slow movers thus flooding a likely possibility,” said Theodore. “The storms are also packed with lightning. The threat for severe weather sticks with us through and just after sunset.”
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch from 2 p.m. Sunday through the night for the following areas:
City of Alexandria
Prince William County
St. Mary’s County
Anne Arundel County
City of Baltimore
Prince George’s County
Parts of Prince George’s County were under a flash flood warning earlier Saturday and a severe thunderstorm warning that affected parts of Calvert County, Anne Arundel County and Prince George’s County was canceled early.
And just like that, the entire severe t’storm warning in southern Maryland has been canceled early. Still some heavy rainfall and frequent lightning, but the hail threat appears to have diminished. @wtop#wtop#mdwxpic.twitter.com/KqrGGPHLJ5
He said storms popped up in the areas northeast of D.C. just before 1 p.m. Ritter also pointed to storms close to Alexandria, Virginia, calling the rain events “widely scattered.”
Forecast: A foggy Sunday morning is in the forecast, with an increasing chance of showers and thunderstorms as the day progresses. Cloudy, scattered showers. Highs in the upper 70s. Monday: Mostly cloudy with showers. Highs in the low 70s.
Current weather conditions:
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