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From StormWatch7's Steve Rudin:
Partly Cloudy and Humid. Isolated Showers
Winds: South 5 mph
Partly Sunny, Scattered Showers Possible
Winds: North 5-10 mph
Mostly Sunny, Added Late PM Cloudy
Winds: North 10 mph
The latest projected track of Tropical Storm Hermine suggests periods of heavy rain for the Delmarva beaches Saturday and Sunday.
Warm and humid conditions will stick around overnight as low temperatures settle to the upper 60s in suburban locations to near 75 degrees in the District. Look for a few isolated showers tonight and into tomorrow as a cold front crosses the area. For the first day of September, skies will be partly sunny with highs in the lower to middle 80s. Friday will be the calm before the unsettled weather; with mostly sunny skies and highs in the lower 80s. Clouds will increase late Friday in response to the fringes of what is now Tropical Storm Hermine.
The Saturday and Sunday portion of the Labor Day Weekend will be cloudy, breezy and wet if Hermine follows the current guidance. Computer model simulations are trending the storm farther west (toward the coastline) than before. If this trend turns out to be accurate, then the weekend could wind up being cloudy, breezy and wet in the D.C. metro area and miserable for Ocean City.
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