On Friday, a cool front will slowly work its way through the Mid-Atlantic region and it will bring us the chance for additional showers and thunderstorms. The most likely timetable for this next threat will be during the PM hours on Friday at the most unstable part of the day. As is the case later today, any shower or storm that forms on Friday can result in some heavy rainfall amounts in a short period of time. Following the passage of the cool front, a comfortable air mass with lower humidity levels will push into the Mid-Atlantic region and both days should feature temperatures confined to the lower or middle 80’s in the I-95 corridor. The front will likely stall in the southern Mid-Atlantic region and turn around and push to the north during the first half of next week returning us to an unsettled pattern. Looking ahead, very hot weather will develop next week across the central and northern Plains and some of this heat is likely to push into the Mid-Atlantic region during the middle and latter parts of next week.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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