This Week: The “M” Word That Many Hate To Describe the Rainy Pattern

A slight chance of isolated showers and storms will move into western PA today before the risk of wet weather picks up during the middle of the week across the region. DC should stay dry for today and most of tomorrow before a threat of showers and storms tracks in tomorrow night. Highs will stay consistent in the 70s and low 80s across western PA while the DC Region hovers in the mid 80s. Lows will stay warm thanks to plenty of moisture in the region as 60s hold in western PA and low 70s hang on in DC. Hope you get a chance to enjoy your week despite the wetter weather moving in. Have a great two-for-Tuesday! Enjoy!
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 57
  • Franklin, PA: 55
  • New Castle, PA: 58
  • Butler, PA: 61
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 67
  • Uniontown, PA: 66
  • State College, PA: 59
  • Frederick, MD: 62
  • BWI Airport, MD: 70
  • DC (KDCA):  74

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Shower and storm potential for much of the week.

  • Today: Chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms. Highs: Upper 70s/80s Overnight Lows: 60s
  • Wednesday: Showers and storms likely. Highs: 70s/Low 80s Overnight Lows: 60s
  • Thursday: Chance of showers and storms. Highs: Upper 70s/Low 80s Overnight Lows: Upper 50s/60s

DC Region:

Main threat: Shower and storm potential for much of the week.

  • Today: Partly sunny. Highs: Mid 80s Overnight Lows: Upper 60s/Low 70s
  • Wednesday: Partly cloudy. Chance of showers and storms late. Highs: Mid 80s Overnight Lows: Low 70s
  • Thursday: Showers and storms likely. Highs: Mid 80s Overnight Lows: Low 70s

Good News: Despite rain, temperatures stay comfortable.

Bad News: Moisture continues.