Hot temperatures return today with highs approaching 90 in the North and in the 90s in the south. Heat will be even more prevalent tomorrow and humidity will start to rise. Isolated thunderstorms not out the question today or tomorrow, more likely Monday, and even more likely Independence Day. Nice stretch of weather may follow that!

Summary: Not much to expand on as the headlines covered it for the most part.

Many rivers and larger streams are still experiencing a high flow rate which could be dangerous! Please stay safe! Check with the Mid Atlantic River forecast center here for updates on stages and water flow.

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Tropics: A disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico and in the Caribbean are being watched, but really do not look like anything to worry about currently!

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