WASHINGTON (WUSA9) - The second front will drop south of town overnight. There is still a chance of a shower or a T-storm as the front moves through the Metro Area. Nothing dangerous but still somewhat of a nuisance.
Partly cloudy skies are on their way so we've removed the Yellow Alert from Wednesday. We'll need our sunglasses Wednesday. Yes, there is a slight chance of a shower, especially early in the morning south and east of town but we will still see a lot of sunshine 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.
Partly Cloudy & Mild
WINDS: NNE - 10
Partly Cloudy & Mild,
AM & PM Shower possible
HIGHS: Near 80
WINDS: NNE 10 - 15
HIGHS: Low 80s
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