Today (Sunday): The morning clouds should replace a lot of sunlight in the morning and late afternoon, and the breeze from the south will further increase the humidity. The high point in the afternoon was around the mid-90s, and the dew point was in the mid-70s when sweating, and sometimes it was 100 to 105. Oops, in the afternoon, these southerly winds will increase to about 10-15 mph, so at least the breeze is blowing. There may be showers and storms from the southwest to dinner time. Confidence: high
tonight: When we enter the evening, mainly around 6 pm, the chances of rain and storms are increasing. In heavy rains and potentially destructive winds, some of them can be strong enough. Knowing my luck, you may be able to bet on some temporary workers around 8 o̵
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Tomorrow (Monday): As tropical waters soared from the south from before Isaiah, forecasts became more complicated. We may end up being dry for most of the morning, and the chance of showers and storms in the afternoon will gradually increase. A cloudy sky may lower the temperature slightly, but we should let enough sunlight look directly at it to push the temperature up to around the mid-80s to around the 90s when the humidity is high. The wind blows from the south, about 5-10 miles per hour. Confidence: Medium
Tomorrow evening: Even though the core of Isaiah is still in our south, there may be sporadic showers and storms at night and at night. By dawn, there may be areas of stable heavy rain. Throughout the night, we were shrouded in dark clouds, and the temperature reached the 70s. Confidence: Medium
Look to the future
The core of the rainfall associated with Isaiah seems to be heading towards the DC metropolitan area or just east, although the trajectory of the storm may still be slightly offset. As of now, heavy rain seems to be a good choice Tuesday From morning to afternoon, the high point was in the 70s to the mid-80s. If the current track remains the same, some areas may see about 2-4 inches of rain, there may be more floods, and may cause flooding. On the Chesapeake Bay Tuesday afternoon and evening, the wind may become very gusty, and there may be short tropical storm winds on the eastern coast. It should rain at night, and the low point on Tuesday night is the 70s. Confidence: low to medium
Wednesday As Isaias slid to the northeast, the surrounding area was relatively dry. However, due to the surrounding borders, there may be showers and storms in the afternoon and evening. Partly to mostly sunny days, the high should be pushed to the mid-80s to around the 90s.