WASHINGTON (WUSA9) - Tuesday night continues as a Yellow Alert due to the chance of one more round of showers and maybe even a T-storm. Nothing dangerous but still somewhat of a nuisance. Early tonight will be pleasant and dry if you are headed out to dinner. Just don't stay out past 11 PM.
Partly cloudy skies are on their way so we've removed the Yellow Alert from Wednesday. We'll have a strong finish to the week Thursday and Friday with warm but not humid days and cool nights. Early Friday morning will mark the summer solstice at 1:04 AM .
Latest Pollen Count: Low for trees and weeds, moderate for grass and mold.
Possible Shower/T-storm until midnight,
Mostly cloudy & Mild
WINDS: NNE - 10
Becoming PArtly Cloudy &Mild,
AM & PM Shower possible
HIGHS: Near 80
WINDS: NNE 10 - 15
HIGHS: Low 80s
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