Warmer Sunday, hot by Monday, but still dry. The shortened workweek will feature afternoon thunderstorms every day with highs in the low 90s.

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The area of high pressure that brought us tremendous sunshine and comfortably cool temperatures on Saturday will begin sliding slowly to the southeast over the next couple days. This area of high pressure will eventually become a Bermuda High, which tends to bring us more summerlike weather. As a result, Sunday will be a little warmer and still dry as high temperatures head back into the 80s. Memorial Day will be even warmer and more humid, with high temperatures around 90º.

The heat and humidity are likely to be around much of next week. It will feel more like July with highs in the 90º range and the threat of afternoon t-storms Tuesday through Saturday.

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SUNDAY:
Becoming Partly Cloudy & Warmer,
Still Not Humid

HIGH TEMPS: 80 - 85
WINDS: S - 10

SUNDAY NIGHT:
Partly Cloudy to Mostly Clear,
Not as Cool

LOW TEMPS: 58 - 66
WINDS: S 5 - 15

MEMORIAL DAY:
Partly Sunny, Hot & Humid

HIGH TEMPS: Around 90
WINDS: S 10 - 20

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