Shower chances increase Thursday & Friday. The Thursday morning commute will be wet for some and wet for others on the ride home. The 4th looks pretty good with just a few PM T-storms.

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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The weather turns more unsettled as we head into the holiday weekend. A few showers will move through in the morning, and a few T-storms are possible this afternoon. We will monitor Thursday for a Yellow Alert. With a lot of clouds and frequent showers and storms highs will remain well below 90 degrees. Friday looks like the wettest day, with an area of low pressure moving through the southern half of the Metro bringing more showers and storms. Right now the 4th looks pretty good with just a few PM T-storms and a high temperature around 85. Most of the storms should be gone by fireworks time. Sunday will be the drier and warmer of the two weekend days. Temperatures near 90 return for the beginning of the work week.

THURSDAY MORNING:
Mostly Cloudy w/a Shower Possible

TEMPS: 60s/70s
WINDS: SE 5 - 10

THURSDAY AFTERNOON:
Partly Sunny & Warm,
Scattered Showers & T-storms

HIGH TEMPS: Around 85
WINDS: ESE - 10

THURSDAY NIGHT:
Partly Cloudy, Mild & Muggy

LOW TEMPS: 66 - 72
WINDS: E - 5

FRIDAY:
Becoming Partly Sunny & Warm,
More PM T-storms possible

HIGH TEMPS: 80 - 85
WINDS: ESE - 10

SATURDAY (INDEPENDENCE DAY):
Partly Sunny, an
Isolated PM Storm

HIGH TEMPS: Mid 80s
WINDS: W 5 - 10

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