Despite a continuing unsettled atmosphere this afternoon, storms have developed around but not in the D.C. area.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, warm, and humid. All within the 70s for the next 24 - 48 hours! "Given the cold air aloft, the stronger storms will be capable of marginally severe hail", the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center said. A rumble of thunder is possible. See 5% probability for severe winds below. Strong upper-level winds are forecast to inhibit further development by mid-week.
That same Marginal Risk for Nashville remains for much of Wednesday. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 92.
These storms bring the same characteristics with locally gusty / damaging winds. There will be several spots that get very little if any rain at all for the next 8 days.
From now until Thursday afternoon, around 2-3 inches possible.
Will We Ever See the Sun?
The sun may peak itself out behind the clouds on Thursday. Some models predict the clouds will move out on Friday. There are signs of storms during this time according to one model however because the storms will be very isolated and the other model keeps the area will keep it out of the 8 day and the official forecast for now, just stay weather aware.
The start of this week looks mostly quiet, but still fairly hot and humid with highs well into the 80s and even a few 90s.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 97.
TUESDAY: Partly Cloudy. Warm and Humid.
Independence Day: Mostly sunny, a slight chance of showers and storms. Overnight we'll see decreasing clouds with lows in the 60s to low 70s.
Monday night: Warm and muggy, some showers. Close to 71 for the high temperature.