WASHINGTON - The D.C. region is mostly waterlogged after several stormy days in a row -- but we'll have to slog through one more day of showers and a few storms.
FOX 5's Sue Palka says we're much cooler now that a cool front -- that ignited yesterday's storms and produced flash flooding – has pushed south of the region,
Sue says we will have more showers but fewer storms Friday with cooler temperatures with highs in the 60s and low-70s in most places. Unfortunately, the showers will persist through the day and evening.
Hang in there for a dry and comfortable Saturday! Under partly sunny skies -- temperatures on Saturday will reach the low-80s. Sunday starts out sunny but a few scattered showers or storms are possible as temperatures warm into the mid-and-upper-80s.
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