In terms of rainfall, the passage of a warm front later today will usher in an increasingly humid air mass with precipitable water amounts rising appreciably by later tonight. As a result of the high levels of available moisture, any shower or thunderstorm that forms from late today into tomorrow afternoon can put down a lot of rainfall in a short period of time. In addition, there is the chance for “training” of thunderstorms in this event meaning heavy downpours can occur multiple times in the same location …all of which raises the chance for localized flash flooding; especially, given the already well-saturated grounds of the Mid-Atlantic region.
Following the passage of the cool front later tomorrow, the stage may be set for a quiet stretch of weather during the second half of the week – something not seen often in recent weeks. The time period from Wednesday through Saturday in the Mid-Atlantic region should generally feature dry and warm conditions. The weather may then turn pretty hot by the latter half of the upcoming weekend with the 90’s likely for highs on Sunday afternoon in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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