Some regions had quite a bit of rain the last 24 hours with 2.26 measured for yesterday at Dulles Airport, and more fell overnight in the same area. North central Virginia and up into Maryland has a flood watch posted due to the heavier rains that occurred. There will be more rain today, and then quite a nice stretch of weather looks to visit! As a matter of fact, many areas may not see another 90 degree day again this year! But for now, this afternoon could feature more storms, some will have heavy rainfall.
If you are a member on the forum you can visit http://forum.midatlanticweather.com/index.php?topic=1638.0 and see some of yesterday's mammatus from the storms that later caused tornado warnings in Maryland.
Tomorrow could still see an isolated storm, but chances are small! Temps will be feeling "cool" with highs in the lower and mid 80s and humidity levels falling.
Then we hit a nice dry stretch with highs in the low to mid 80s with upper 80s still likely in the southern areas. Temps turn even cooler with highs in the upper 70s in the north for Friday, continued mid and upper 80s across the south.
Also, High surf continues for the coast, and will slowly go down after today. Bill is much weaker and will cause some winds to New England and likely hit the Canadian maratimes!
Beyond that, the tropcs are calm!
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