We remain unsettled through Saturday. Showers and storms will be most prevalent tonight through Saturday afternoon. Storms should diminish before the fireworks begin.

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The weather will stay unsettled heading into the Fourth of July weekend. Lots of clouds will be around as temperatures remain cooler than average with the potential for an isolated shower or storm this afternoon. Friday will once again be cooler than average with high temperatures around 80 degrees. More rain moves in overnight into Saturday morning. For the Independence Day holiday, early rain will keep temperatures a bit below average, but the weather will turn nicer in time for the evening fireworks displays.

The Metro area should begin to dry out by Sunday afternoon with more seasonal temperatures in the upper 80s by early next week.

FRIDAY MORNING:
Partly Cloudy, Patchy Dense Fog

TEMPS: 60s
WINDS: E 5 -10

FRIDAY AFTERNOON:
Mostly Cloudy,
A Few Showers/T-Storms Possible

HIGH TEMPS: Around 80
WINDS: ESE 5 - 10

FRIDAY NIGHT:
Mostly Cloudy,
A Passing Shower or Two

LOW TEMPS: 62 - 68
WINDS: NE - 5

SATURDAY (INDEPENDENCE DAY):
Mostly Cloudy,
Scattered Showers/T-Storms

HIGH TEMPS: 78 - 83
WINDS: N - 5

SUNDAY:
Chance AM Showers,
Some PM Sun, Warmer

HIGHS: 81 - 86

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