Storm protection has actually been a bit more robust around the D.C. area than was anticipated. An upper-level disruption over the Great Lakes is moving more slowly and is placed a bit in a different way than it was expected to be. Many of the organized showers will stay well to the west of the D.C. metro area, however a juicy environment (especially east of the Potomac River) will provide a breeding ground for storms through the night. Things remain unsettled Monday, which may result in the very first sub-90- degree day in over two weeks.
Through tonight: Storms will continue to pop around and east of the District, but the majority of us will stay dry. Another warm and sticky night, with low temperature levels unlikely to fall below 70 degrees inside the Beltway. Low clouds will be difficult to break also, with humidity levels running high.
View the existing weather at The Washington Post.
Tomorrow (Monday): Shower and storm possibilities somewhat increase from the morning through the early afternoon. Otherwise, it’s a mix of sun and clouds, with a small advantage toward the clouds in the morning and early afternoon. Depending upon just how much cloud cover, temperature levels may top out in the upper 80 s, which might end the 17- day streak of a minimum of 90- degree temperatures at Reagan National Airport. Scattered showers will linger for part of the night, with low temperatures in the upper 60 s and a little less humidity.
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