Storm Team4 Forecast: Another Weekend with Rain in the DC Area, Storms Likely

Welcome to what will be our third consecutive weekend with very little sun and high chances of rain. Storm Team4 is tracking scattered showers tomorrow and storms later Sunday.

On Saturday, we can expect more scattered showers and a thundershower. The best chance for rain is in the second half of the day.

Sunday will start out dry, but by around 2 p.m., we have the chance for rain and storms starting to move through the area.  Storms could bring heavy rain and gusty winds. A total lunar eclipse is happening Sunday night about 10 p.m. to midnight, but the weather may not help us see much of it.

A cold front will reach the area on Monday, bringing one last chance for rain and thunderstorms with highs around 80°.

Make it a great weekend and take full advantage of the dry times.


  • Mostly cloudy
  • Mild
  • Scattered showers
  • Wind: Southeast 5-10 mph
  • Chance of rain: 40%
  • Lows: 58°- 64°


  • Mostly cloudy and humid
  • Periods of rain
  • Some PM rumbles of thunder
  • Wind: Southeast 5-10 mph
  • Chance of rain: 80%
  • Highs: 72° – 76°


  • Partly to mostly cloudy
  • Warm and humid
  • PM rain/thunderstorms likely
  • Wind: southwest 5-15 mph
  • Chance of rain: 70%
  • Highs: 78°- 84°


  • partly to mostly cloudy
  • Warm and breezy
  • Rain, thunder likely later in the day
  • Chance of rain: 80%
  • Wind: SW turning NW 10-20 mph
  • Highs: 78°- 84°

Average High: 76° // Average Low: 57°

Sunrise: 5:58 a.m. // Sunset: 8:12 p.m.

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