Tuesday, May 30, 2006

5/30 DC/MD/VA Weather Outlook

Trying to get back into the swing of things here! Summer arrived almost on schedule. Hazy hot and humid conditions continue today through Thursday. A cooler Friday and a potentially nice weekend on tap. Tomorrow marks the beginning of Hurricane season. It looks to be another active year.

Summary:  Man was that a great Memorial Day weekend. It got hot, but that is summer for ya and perfect line up with the pool opening! Temps will remain on the host side today! Humidity levels will creep up high enough to give heat indexes in the upper 90s for the first time this year! A slight chance of thunderstorms (normal for hot and humid days.) A better chance will come into play Thursday with showers possible even Friday. This weekend looks really great. I hope to have the tropical Weather center revamped over the next several days! Bear with me!


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