The heat continues Tuesday but the rain chance ticks down to 60 percent.
Flash flood warnings have been cancelled for El Paso and Teller Counties, but they remain in effect for Fremont and Huerfano counties until 5:30 p.m. and 5:15 p.m., respectively.
Thursday and Friday should be drier.
By late afternoon weather service radaro showed two bands of storms rolling across the state, one cutting through the states northwestern corner and a weaker storm rolling through Central Massachusetts. By the weekend, the pesky low pressure system will have pulled away and mercifully lower storm chances will return.
Variable cloudiness, breezy, and humid; a few showers and a thunderstorm.
Here's the scoop: An upper level low just to our west and a surface high to our east are both helping to pull in lots of moisture out of the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic right up into the Carolinas and much of the eastern seaboard. Flash flooding is expected to begin shortly. Thankfully, new tropical storm formation is not likely in the Atlantic Basin - including the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Atlantic Ocean itself - Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs in the mid 80s.
Prince William fire and rescue officials reported nine people were rescued from flood waters on Saturday. Fire departments in Virginia and Maryland counties reported many motorists who had to be rescued when their vehicles got stranded on flooded streets.
Sunday is shaping up to be the best day this weekend. Shuttle bus service will be available.
Pepco customers haven't seen many outages, there are less than 100 customers without power in the D.C. area.
Multiple reports of power lines/poles down, and trees along with several homes damaged due to falling large trees. This website is not intended for users located within the European Economic Area.