WASHINGTON — Mild overnight with some fog and lows in the 60s but low 70s in DC. We will have a hot and mainly dry finish to the week Thursday and Friday.
Overnight: Partly cloudy and mild, patchy fog. Low: 72.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and hot. High: 90.
National hit 90 degrees Wednesday making that our sixth consecutive day of 90 degrees or higher. We will add to that streak for quite some time. We dry out and heat up Thursday and especially Friday. Highs will be in the 90s with sunshine.
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Overnight: Partly cloudy and mild, patchy fog. Lows: 64 - 72. Winds: Light.
Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot. Highs: around 90. Winds: NNW -10.
Friday: Partly cloudy, hotter, and a b it more humid. Highs: 92 - 97. NW -10.
We are looking at a typical July Fourth weekend with highs around 90 and some p.m. storms. Prepare for scattered showers and storms both Saturday and Sunday afternoon and evening with higher rain chances south of D.C.
Saturday (Independence Day): Partly cloudy and hot with scattered evening showers and storms. Highs 87 - 92.
Sunday: Partly sunny and hot with scattered evening showers and storms. Highs 87 - 92.
Monday: Partly cloudy with a better chance for showers and storms. Highs: 86 - 91.