Memorial Day will not be as wet as Sunday. Expect a partly sunny sky and isolated afternoon-evening showers and t-storms, mostly south of DC, with highs around 80°.

To date, we are up to the 8th wettest May on record in D.C. We could add to that number as we track a few more showers & T-storms Tuesday and Wednesday.

Subtropical Storm Alberto is in the Gulf of Mexico and will make landfall in the next 24 hours. It will bring the threat for heavy rain from Alabama to Florida. Tropical storm warnings are in effect. Rain is Alberto's main threat, which could lead to a significant risk of inland flooding.

BLOG: ALBERTO HEADS TO GULF COAST, SIGNIFICANT FLOOD RISK

MEMORIAL DAY:

Partly Cloudy & Comfortable

with Isolated T-storms,Mostly South of DC

HIGHS: Around 80

WINDS: S 5

TONIGHT:

Mostly cloudy

LOWS: 60s

WINDS: SE - 5

TUESDAY:

Partly Cloudy & Very Warm

Isolated PM Storms

HIGHS: 84 - 88

WINDS: SE 5 - 10

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