Sunny, warm and dry Tuesday in DC region; eyes on Hurricane Dorian’s path as it nears US coast

Welcome back to school Marylanders as we are off to classrooms and work post Labor Day on a warm and sunny September day.

Bus stop temperatures in the morning will range from 63 to 70 degrees. After school temperatures will range from 83 to 87 degrees and it will be on the muggy side again. We are not expecting storms on Tuesday.

Sunny, Warm & Dry Tuesday in DC Region!

Sunny, Warm & Dry Tuesday in DC Region!

Hurricane Dorian’s sustained winds had dipped to 120 mph Tuesday morning, making it a Category 3 hurricane, but it remained almost stationary. It was centered 25 miles (40 kilometers) northeast of Freeport -- roughly the same distance from the city as at 9 a.m. Hurricane-force winds extended out as far as 45 mph (75 kilometers) in some directions. FOX 5's Mike Thomas says we are keeping an eye on Dorian's track to see how much it will impact our local beaches in Maryland, Virginia and Delaware.

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency Monday in advance of Hurricane Dorian. The storm is anticipated to impact parts of southeastern Virginia on Thursday.

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