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MEMORIAL DAY: AM Showers & T-Storms, Partial PM Clearing (Stray PM T-Storm)
Winds: Northwest 5 mph
TONIGHT: A few showers early, Mostly Cloudy, Patchy Fog
WIND: S 0-5
TUESDAY: Mainly Sunny, Isolated T-Showers
WIND: N 6
Hope you enjoyed the holiday weekend up to this point, Rain is most likely today in the morning hours and southeast of Washington, D.C. Moisture will continue to get drawn in from "Bonnie." The storm is still near Charleston, S.C. and most of the rain will be confined to southern Maryland. But, with tropical moisture in place over the region, some showers and thunderstorms will develop this afternoon. It won't be the best of days, but it won't be a wash-out either. Use caution if you're traveling. Bonnie, a tropical depression, is moving slowly and will linger around the Carolinas the next few days. The best chance of rain from it Tues and Wed will be in central Virginia and Southern Maryland as weak high pressure controls us in the Metro. I can't rule out an isolated thunderstorm Tuesday afternoon, but mainly dry both days. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 80s on Tuesday and Wednesday. The middle of the week will be rather quiet. A cold front will approach for the end of the week bringing a chance of a few thunderstorms on Friday. It looks like it may stall near our region through the weekend. Overall this upcoming week looks rather pleasant and seasonable with a few hit and miss storms once we get through today. A big shout out and thanks to all who have served our country.
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Today's Record Temperatures