From StormWatch7 :
- Flash Flood Watch through 8am Friday
- Rain totals 3"+; locally higher totals
- Avoid standing/rising water; turn around, don't drown
Periods of heavy rain. Flash flooding possible. Breezy.
Winds: E 10-15+ mph
Rain, heavy at times. Patchy fog. Breezy.
Winds: ENE 10-15 mph
Periods of showers and rain. Breezy.
Highs: 65-73 (cooler north, warmer south)
Winds: NE 5-15+ mph
Flooding will be our greatest risk today into tomorrow. We could end up with 3-5" of rain, with locally higher amounts, by Saturday. The entire area is under a Flash Flood Watch through tomorrow morning.
Remember to never drive through standing water. Turn around, don't drown. If your basement usually floods, move everything to avoid water damage. The Nationals game will likely be cancelled today, possibly delayed or cancelled tomorrow. Track all of this rain on the go. Search StormWatch7 in your app store and download for free!
The strong upper level low that's bringing us all this rain will still bring us a chance for rain into Saturday. It won't be a washout, but showers will be around. In fact, some guidance trying to keep showers around on Sunday. Stay with StormWatch7 for the latest updates.
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