Sunrise: 6:09 AM
Sunset: 8:19 PM
Avg. Hi/Lo: 88°/71°
Evening: Isolated Showers Ending, Warm but Not That Humid
Temps: 70s & 80s
Winds: SW 5-10 mph
OVERNIGHT: Mostly Clear. Comfortable
Temps: 60s & 70s
Winds: NW - 5 mph
Sunday: Mostly Sunny, Warm With Low Humidity
Winds: S 5-10 mph
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A few isolated showers popped up Saturday afternoon and dropped some heavy rain right over SW D.C. and also around Bowie and Annapolis. After sunset, all the rain and clouds go away bringing another mild night our way with comfortable humidity levels. Sunday's high temperatures appear now to drop a degree or two with most into the upper 80s for highs and low humidity, so Sunday should be an excellent day and absolutely not rain chances either. Monday's much different. Look for the heat and humidity both to surge with highs in the middle to possibly upper 90s and taking into account humidity it could feel more like 105°+ which is heat advisory criteria for our region.
The next chance of rain comes late Monday with an approaching front and could linger a few showers through Tuesday morning. Wednesday evening could bring a few more widely scattered or isolated t-showers but the next likeliest rain days appear to end the week with more scattered showers and thunderstorms. Along with the higher rain chances by Thursday, Friday, and next Saturday high temperature projections are trending much cooler with highs down into the lower to mid 80s.