D.C.'s June rainfall tally is up to 11.93", the second highest on record since 1871.
Baltimore has received almost 10" of rain this month, a new record.
Nicka Pohl photographed a gigantic, spiked hailstone measuring approximately 4 inches in diameter.
Temperatures reached the mid-90s across the region, just shy of record highs.
Rainfall totals at both Reagan National Airport and BWI already rank among the top 10 wettest on record for June, with a week to spare.
Washington, D.C. is in the midst of its hottest late spring to early summer stretch on record, which shows little sign of relenting.
Should D.C. make it to 95, it will tie the daily record set in 2002
May was a muggy monster around the D.C. area - warm enough to be crowned the warmest May ever recorded in Washington, D.C.
With two days left, it will come down to the wire as to whether or not May 2015 holds its position in first place, but the chances are good.
At noon, Washington, D.C.'s air temperature was a simmering 89 degrees - the hottest location in the entire U.S.