Wednesday will be hot with isolated storms possible, mainly north & west of Town. The Labor Day Weekend, the unofficial end to summer, looks hot & humid with some, mainly afternoon showers & t-storms.
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- A bit of heat and humidity this Wednesday as highs reach into the low 90s in many spots. A cold front heading our way this evening will trigger only an isolated storm or two late today into the evening.
We'll cool back down into the mid 80s for Thursday and Friday before more 90º+ heat heads our way into the Labor Day Weekend. The Labor Day weekend looks hot & more humid with some, mainly afternoon, showers and T-storms, but far from a washout.
Cristobal is now a hurricane but it will continue to track offshore with no impact to the DelMarVa beaches other than some high surf and rip currents for the middle of the week. The track takes the storm between the East coast and Bermuda, a similar track to the track Bertha took earlier in the month.
Please check out our Severe Weather Guide.
Mostly Sunny, Hot & More Humid
Late T-storm N & W (Northern MD into the Shenandoah Valley and west)
HIGH TEMPS: 87 - 92
WINDS: WSW - 5
Clear & Mild
LOW TEMPS: 62 - 70
WINDS: NW 5 - 10
Mostly Sunny & Gorgeous,
Warm but not Humid
HIGH TEMPS: 84 - 87
WINDS: NW - 10