See you tonight: In the evening it can be stormy, otherwise we will get through the night dry. Check out the super moon if you can. Partly cloudy skies add some blanket with lows in the mid 60’s to low 70’s. The wind is blowing weak from the west.
see the Current weather conditions at the Washington Post.
Tomorrow (Thursday): If you enjoyed it today, you will enjoy it tomorrow. The sky is mostly sunny and the humidity is moderate. Not bad for July! The highs will again be right around 90 with a very low probability of an isolated pop-up storm. The wind is weak from the north-west.
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Pollen update: Mold spores are high. Other allergens are minor.
90 degree days: It’s been a pretty slow summer when it comes to piling up 90-degree days. Today’s 11th of the season is about five below average for the date and is the lowest since 2016, which was also 11 at the time. This year, however, went to the conclusion of summer and ended with 58 90 degree days.
Remarkably, if you measure at or above 90 for three consecutive days, tomorrow could be our first “heat wave”. Let’s hope we continue to see fewer ’90s than usual.
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/2022/07/13/dc-area-forecast-sunny-thursday/ PM update: Another sunny and warm Thursday