WASHINGTON - It's another incredibly comfortable morning with temperatures in the mid-50s to 60s as the sun rises Friday. FOX 5's Sue Palka says as early as late morning to noon, though, you'll notice the return of the more typical mid-June warmth as temperatures quickly rise to the upper-70s to the low-80s.
It's a sunny and warm afternoon with temperatures climbing into the mid-to-upper-80s, but humidity levels stay quite low for June!
Late tonight or even overnight there could be a brief shower or rumble of thunder.
Heading into the weekend, the temperatures climb to 90 degrees, or the low-90s, and we may have to dodge some thunderstorms as the humidity climbs and the atmosphere is a bit more unstable.
The better chance for scattered storms is Saturday afternoon into the evening, but we can't rule out a rumble of thunder on Father's Day especially south of D.C.
Hope all the Dads in the region like to celebrate in the heat as Sunday is also the summer solstice!
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