Hot weekend ahead - records in jeopardy

Chief Meteorologist Topper Shutt has your full weather forecast.

WASHINGTON (WUSA) - Today is the 15th Anniversary of the La Plata tornado. Here's a look back.

We're in for  muggy night with a threat for a few showers/storms overnight.

It turns hot over the weekend - both Saturday and Sunday will flirt with 90º, close to records.  Showers will be isolated both Saturday and Sunday, mainly PM showers and T-storms.  We are tracking a stronger cold front Monday giving us a better chance of showers and T-storms to start the week. Behind that next front, the 70s return.

Records will be broken in some areas this weekend - a blog post on which areas could break records is here.
 

Radar 120 Loop

Temperatures

 


OVERNIGHT: 
Mostly Cloudy, Warm & muggy
A Few Showers/T-Storms

LOWS:   62 - 72   
WINDS: SSW - 10    

SATURDAY: 
Partly Cloudy, Hot & Humid
An Isolated PM T-storm possible

HIGHS: 88 - 93
WINDS: SW - 10  
 

SATURDAY NIGHT: 
Partly to Mostly Cloudy
& Muggy with Patchy Fog 

LOWS:   65 - 75 
WINDS: SSW - 10    


SUNDAY: 
Partly Sunny, Hot & Muggy,
Isolated PM T-Storms

HIGHS: 85 - 90 
WINDS: SW - 10  



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