August begins with today’s pleasant temperatures in the 1980s. Seasonal is appropriate, agree? Part of the sun in the afternoon may increase the dynamics of storms heading west of us, and the intensity may increase when driving toward the Washington, DC and Interstate 95 corridor.
The flash flood monitoring in force in the area indicates that a slow storm may rain 1 to 3 inches overnight, but the National Weather Service pointed out in its monitoring text that there may be more rain: “There is a certain risk in the northwest. A certain area between the Shenandoah Valley and Washington, D.C. may have higher total rainfall, and more serious flooding may occur. “If these storms come, flooding will occur.
To tonight: Expect a fateful storm tonight-mostly between 7pm and 1
The degree of sultry heat increases, reaching a degree of sultry heat. The dew point may reach or exceed the very humid 75 degree mark, thereby increasing the discomfort of low temperature to around 80 degrees in the mid-1970s.
Tomorrow (Sunday): It was warm and hot overnight and very humid. We should see more sunlight than clouds, which further helped us rise to the high temperatures of the mid-1990s. The chance of showers and storms is greatest in the evening. Among the thunderstorms coming again from the western part of our region, there may be heavy downpours and destructive gusts-possibly even small hail.
The southwest breeze may be obvious, exceeding 15 to 20 mph in the afternoon. We also need to be aware that the combination of heat and humidity-the thermal index-can approach the dangerous 105 degree threshold in several places. Please add hydrate!
Isaiah may affect the entire east coast
If you haven’t seen all of our Isaiah reports, please make sure you start with the latest update on East Coast impact. By the time the tropical cyclone reached the mid-Atlantic, it was mainly a threat of heavy rain for the region, and in the next few days, even potentially strong storms before Isaiah caused flooding. not ideal.
If you are looking for drier weather and do not worry about severe heat, consider Phoenix as your new hot destination-even at night, Phoenix is almost less than 90 degrees!