Possible Strong to Severe Storms Tonight and on Memorial Day: PM Update

Severe Weather Briefing

Stay updated with the latest severe weather information. For a more detailed two-part briefing, check out the report at the bottom of this article. Be prepared for possible storms around the Chesapeake Bay and elevated terrains.

Memorial Day Weather Outlook

Memorial Day poses the highest threat for severe weather, with possible storms from noon to 9 p.m. Be cautious of wind damage, large hail, tornadoes, and flooding downpours. The humid, unstable air mass will persist until a strong cold front clears out Monday night.

Weather Update

Stay informed with our daily D.C. forecasts available on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Echo, and more. Tonight, anticipate a 50 percent chance of strong storms late in the evening. The night will be mostly cloudy with temperatures dropping to the mid-60s to around 70. Patchy fog may develop near sunrise with 100 percent humidity.

Memorial Day Forecast

Expect filtered sunshine and clouds on Memorial Day. Morning showers are possible, with the main threat of storms in the afternoon and evening. Wind gusts may reach 25 mph, offering some relief from sticky temperatures. By midnight, showers and storms should dissipate. Temperatures will cool to the low to mid-60s by sunrise.

Severe Storms Update

Get ready for vigorous storms tonight and tomorrow. Tonight’s storms may weaken as they move towards the Appalachians. Tomorrow, expect widespread storms from noon to 9 p.m., potentially bringing damaging wind gusts, hail, tornadoes, and brief downpours. Stay weather-aware and stay tuned for updates.

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