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      Wednesday
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      Monday, September 22, 2014
      Arlington, VA
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      FORECAST

      Today's Weather

      Sunday, August 2, 2015 Forecast

      From Meteorologist Josh Knight

      Sunrise: 6:10 AM

      Sunset: 8:18 PM

      Avg. Hi/Lo: 88°/71°


      Sunday Afternoon: Partly Cloudy, Warm With Low Humidity

      Highs: 86° - 92°

      Winds: SW 5-10 mph


      Sunday Night: Partly Cloudy, Warm With Low Humidity

      Lows: 60° - 73°

      Winds: S 5-10 mph


      Monday: Morning Sun Becomes Partly Cloudy. Isolated Afternoon Thundershowers. Rain is more likely overnight.


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      Good afternoon! High temperatures will be just a couple degrees above average as we climb to right around 90. Many areas will top out in the upper 80s. Fortunately, humidity will stay relatively low and it won't be too muggy! Monday will be quite the opposite. Temperatures will surge with a strong southwesterly breeze and highs will top out in the middle to possibly upper 90s. As the humidity ticks up closer to what we're used to this time of year, it will feel more like temperatures are in the triple digits! A few isolated pop up thundershowers are possible starting by mid-afternoon. I think most areas will stay dry. That chance goes up overnight Monday into Tuesday.

      Spotty rain chances stick around for Tuesday and Wednesday then I'm expecting more on/off widespread rain and thunderstorms beginning Wednesday night through Saturday. More rain and cloud cover will make for cooler temperatures as well. Looking ahead, it doesn't appear all weekend will be wet, things should dry out by next Sunday.

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