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As August begins, it may seem that this summer has been on the cool side. Many question whether the Washington area should expect these mild temperatures to last.
A refreshing air mass with pleasant temperatures is ahead, but not before more oppressive humidity and the possibility of storms.
ABC7 Meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts says most of the storm activity will take place during the afternoon commute.
Summer isn't here yet -- but it's temperatures are.
More rain is expected Thursday afternoon, bringing the threat of flash flooding with it.
Strong thunderstorms are expected to move through the region Wednesday night. ABC7 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts breaks down what you can expect.
No matter the beach or the destination, ABC7 meteorologist Lauryn Rickets has your Memorial Day weekend forecast.
Wednesday's deluge sent more than 6 inches of rain in some areas and broke records at the region's airports.
The D.C. area is no stranger to intense, heavy rain. So how does Wednesday's rain and flooding compare to tropical storms, which are common events in the summer and early fall?
ABC7 Meteorologist Lauryn Rickets says flash flooding is likely Tuesday night as the rain intensifies. And those rain clouds won't break until later in the week.
Hi: 80 °F | Lo: 60 °F