WASHINGTON — The Pride Festival weekend in D.C. is here! With many events surrounding the celebrations, it's good to keep an eye on the weather. As of the latest forecast trends, we could showers and a few storms during the weekend, but not the entire time. There will be several hours with dry and cloudy conditions. Here is a breakdown of the weather for the festival during each day this weekend.
Saturday, June 11
This is the day that we are looking at rain for most of the day. Look for cloudy skies and showers during the first half of the day. By the afternoon, there will be a few dry hours. A stray shower or storm could still pop up as a disturbance passes by. A few more showers and storms are possible Saturday night, mainly after midnight.
The bulk of the rain will fall before 2 p.m. After that, shower activity will be spotty, but not completely out of the forecast.
Sunday, June 12
Sunday starts of with rain and few thunderstorms. By 3 p.m. shower and storm activity will be spotty, meaning you could see a break in shower activity in D.C. but have a shower or storm over surrounding counties or vice versa. There's a small chance that the showers and storms that pop up could become strong to severe. The Storm Prediction Center has placed the region under the marginal risk category.
SUNDAY SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK