WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - The storms that brought lingering showers to the D.C. area during Thursday evening's Fourth of July celebrations have moved out but the humidity and threat for more storms remain. Heavy rain hit the region during the early afternoon yesterday but luckily did not disrupt the fireworks display during the evening.
Friday's forecast will be similar to yesterday and will feature humid temperatures with the threat of more rain. An early shower could move into the region Friday morning but it is more likely that heavier showers and thunderstorms move across our area later tonight.
The humidity and storm threats will stick around Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There will be some relief once we get past the weekend with sun and mild temperatures in the mid-80s on Monday and through the early part of next week.
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