With a frontal boundary around the PA/MD border and moist unstable air, thunderstorms are a good bet across the region today. They do not look as widespread as yesterday. Today's best threat will be along and west of the mountains. I do suspect other storms will be severe as well. High winds and hail will be the biggest threat from these storms.
Tonight after midnight looks like even more rain possible. Tomorrow may be the rainiest day of the week and I suspect a Flood Watch, especially in the northern Virginia and Maryland regions as Flash Flood values are very low! To see the Precipitation outlook for the next few days: http://www.midatlanticweather.com/hw3.php?config=&forecast;=pass&pass;=qpfday&dpp;=1
It is possible that the weekend will be a dry one. Less chances of storms in the North Friday.Saturday should be dry for most. Sunday will see a return to more isolated storms, especially in the south. Temperatures will be around 80 north and mid 80s south.
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