WASHINGTON (ABC7) — You'll feel the high humidity stepping out the door Friday. It feels very tropical and will feel that way through early Saturday morning. At least there will be a strong breeze moving this air around.
A cold front approaching from the west, combined with the remnant moisture from Cindy, will keep rain chances in the forecast through Saturday morning. Rain is likely for the morning drive with afternoon thunderstorms possible. Some storms could contain gusty winds and produce localized flooding, so stay weather alert this afternoon. Part of our area is under the Marginal Risk category per the Storm Prediction Center.
If you're heading to the Nationals game Friday evening, dress cool. It will be very muggy. A rain is delay is possible, but not likely.
Rain from the remnants of Cindy arrives overnight and will continue through mid-morning Saturday. The front pushes the moisture out of the area by lunchtime with drier and brighter weather arriving for the afternoon and evening. Highs will top out in the upper 80s.
Sunday looks phenomenal with sunshine, low humidity, and comfortable highs in the low 80s. Early next week, the last week of June, looks spectacular with very comfortable humidity and below average highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.
FRIDAY: Morning showers. PM thunderstorms. Very humid and breezy to windy.
Winds: SW 10-20 G 25 mph
TONIGHT: Rain developing. Warm and very humid.
Winds: SW 5-15 mph
SATURDAY: Morning rain becoming partly cloudy with falling humidity after noon.
Winds: NW 5-15 mph