Severe weather moves out; warm, less humid temps Friday with some PM storms possible south of DC

Severe weather made its way across the D.C. region Thursday bringing heavy rain, downing trees and even dropping a tornado in the Glenelg area of Howard County. FOX 5's Mike Thomas says the strong storms have moved out for the most part bringing warmer and less humid temperatures to the area.

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The strong weather systems ripped through the area Thursday evening. Mike says the National Weather Service will be back in Howard County to rate the impact of Thursday's tornado. They'll also investigate to see if a tornado did touch down in the Spotsylvania County area or Virginia.

We can expect dry skies, scattered clouds and highs in the mid-80s around most of the areas north of D.C. on Friday. Parts of Virginia to the south of the District could see some thunderstorms.

There's a chance for scattered storms both Saturday and Sunday - but neither day will be a washout.

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