A fast-moving cold front users in cooler and more comfortable weather for Monday and Tuesday.
After the chance of a storm or two later today, we're in for a couple of sunny days with lower humidity. Just a couple, though.
Any earlier storms should be winding down as we approach first pitch.
Not a washout by any means, but keep an umbrella handy for any evening outdoor plans.
Storms shouldn't be long-lasting or super widespread. They could still pack a punch.
It may stay dry, but prepare to take cover if needed.
There could be a few storms around Saturday and Sunday, but it's far from a washout.
We think scattered, weak storms will form across the D.C. region starting early Saturday afternoon, with stronger storms building to the south and west in the late afternoon.
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The game could start, but models show steady rain moving in around 8 p.m., and it doesn't look like it will let up before 10 o'clock.