74
      Sunday
      85 / 68
      Monday
      90 / 69
      Tuesday
      93 / 70
      Monday, September 22, 2014
      Arlington, VA
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      FORECAST

      Today's Weather

      FROM STORMWATCH7 METEOROLOGIST JOSH KNIGHT:
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      THIS MORNING:
      Mostly Cloudy, Mild and Muggy
      LOWS: 60s - low 70s
      WINDS: NE 5-10 mph

      SATURDAY:
      Partly Sunny and Less Humid
      HIGHS: 78-85
      WINDS: East 8-12 mph

      SUNDAY:
      Mostly Sunny and Warm
      HIGH: 85

      LABOR DAY:
      Mostly Sunny and Hotter
      HIGH: 90

      Good morning! I have a nice improvement from the sauna we've been living in over the last four days! While it won't be super sunny all Labor Day Weekend, I think you'll be able to enjoy this forecast. Today will be our cloudiest day of the holiday weekend, but still more comfortable. Humidity levels will be lower and temperatures will top out in the mid 80s. A breeze out of the east and northeast, however will continue to pump in some moisture and cloud cover. After a very comfortable evening, falling through the low 80s and 70s, we'll see cooler overnight temperatures. Sunday will bring more sunshine, and another comfy day with highs in the mid 80s and a continued low muggy meter. Heat and humidity will return on Monday with highs back to near 90 degrees.

      Weather at the Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia beaches will be partly sunny throughout the weekend. Isolated showers (especially farther south) will be possible and high temperatures will only be in the upper 70s. It will be very breezy along the ocean front, as well. These persistent east to northeast winds could cause rough surf and wave-sets. At this time a moderate risk for rip currents is forecast. Check with the on-duty lifeguards to see if rip-currents could pose a threat to swimmers.

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