WASHINGTON - Rinse and repeat! That's the headline with our Wednesday forecast. Under sunny skies temperatures will once again head for the low-to-mid-90s. Humidity levels are more uncomfortable today and will yield heat index temperatures in the upper-90s to 100.
FOX 5's Sue Palka says a few widely scattered storms may develop as the heat peaks through the afternoon and evening. Any storms may drop heavy rain but severe storms aren't anticipated.
A Code Orange Air Quality Alert is also in effect today. That means the air quality may become unhealthy for sensitive groups with pre-existing lung conditions.
The heat wave continues all week as does the chance for more pop-up storms.
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