“The Price Is 200 Dollars Per Quilt…”

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Looks like a soggy day across much of the Mid-Atlantic as showers and storms continue in the region. Some of these storms could be strong to severe, but the early rains today could limit daytime heating a bit and thus limit these chances. The risk of showers will persist into tomorrow, especially early in the day, before conditions dry out on Thursday. Highs will peak in the 70s across western PA while the DC Region sees low to mid 80s. Lows in the 50s and 60s will settle in across the region, with potential for 40s Thursday night in NW PA. Happy, the gold jacket’s yours, Shooter’s gonna choke. Have a great two-for-Tuesday! Take care!
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 68
  • Franklin, PA: 64
  • New Castle, PA: 66
  • Butler, PA: 64
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 66
  • Uniontown, PA: 66
  • State College, PA: 64
  • Frederick, MD: 67
  • BWI Airport, MD: 72
  • DC (KDCA):  74


Western PA:

Main threat: Shower and storm threat today. Slight severe risk. Showers mainly early tomorrow.

  • Today: Showers and storms. Highs: Mid 70s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 60s
  • Wednesday: Chance of lingering showers, mainly in the north. Highs: Upper 60s/ 70s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 50s
  • Thursday: Mostly sunny. Highs: Low to Mid 70s Overnight Lows: Upper 40s/Low 50s

DC Region:

Main threat: Showers and storms today. Slight severe risk. Dry out begins tomorrow.

  • Today: Showers and storms. Highs: Near 80 Overnight Lows: Upper 60s/Low 70s
  • Wednesday: Chance of a lingering shower early. Becoming partly cloudy.  Highs: Low to Mid 80s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 60s
  • Thursday: Mostly sunny.  Highs: Low 80s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 60s

Good News: Dry second half of the week.

Bad News: Wet weather today and early tomorrow. Cooler temperatures hold on during second half of week.