A Weather Watch Alert has been issued for another storm expected to bring another round of heavy rain and winds gusting up to 40 mph.
WASHINGTON — The WUSA9 Weather Watch team is tracking a strong storm set to bring heavy rain and high winds. Sounds familiar? The weather system moving in Friday share a lot of characteristics to the storm that moved through Tuesday.
- Heavy rain arrives after 6 p.m. Friday
- 0.50″ – 1.00″ + of rainfall
- Gusty wind picks up Friday night and lasts through Saturday
- Peak gusts 30 – 40 mph
- A southeasterly wind will lead to more coastal flooding
There will be some short-lived sunshine Friday morning before clouds thicken up. Showers will hold off until around 6 p.m. Friday. Showers will first develop in our southwestern counties and spread northeast throughout the evening.
By 11 p.m. there will be widespread moderate to heavy rain with wind ramping up.
Rain will clear out by the pre-dawn hours of Saturday with plenty of sunshine expected over the weekend. Snow showers will continue in the mountains through Sunday.
A widespread 0.50″ – 1.00″ of rain is expected with locally higher totals up to 1.50″.
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